French President Emmanuel Macron said that Europe must reduce its dependency on the United States and avoid getting involved in a confrontation between China and the U.S. over Taiwan. Macron emphasized his theory of “strategic autonomy” for Europe, led by France, to become a “third superpower.” He said that the great risk Europe faces is getting caught up in crises that are not theirs, which prevents it from building its strategic autonomy. Chinese President Xi Jinping and the Chinese Communist Party have endorsed Macron’s concept of strategic autonomy, and Chinese officials constantly refer to it in their dealings with European countries.
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