China’s Long Term Plan to Grind Down US Presence In Asia: The Solomon Islands | Talking Points

In recent protests in the Solomon Islands, government buildings and businesses in Chinatown are burning. The reason? Chinese Communist Party footprints in the island nation. This interplay of local power and CCP influence is only reflected by the anger of the Solomon citizens. Behind them are resentments for CCP undercutting local economic developments and increased foreign influence on the islands. Here the question becomes: What role does the United States and Australia play and how has Chinese communist cash shifted this strategic island nation? Today, former Marine officer Grant Newsham joins me to explain the key details behind the recent riots, and what it could mean for the strategic future in Asia. In particular, why the US must involve itself more in the Pacific nations.

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