Boris Resigns, Rishi Best-Loved Next: England’s Economic Bend To Beckon?

UK media is now concentrating on who will become Boris Johnson’s triumph to clean up the geopolitical problem and bring the UK back on the right track. According to betting odds, Rishi Sunak, former chancellor of the exchequer (finance minister), is now the best-loved. Rishi Sunak guided the field, followed by Minister of State for Trade Policy Penny Mordaunt and Foreign Secretary Liz Truss.
According to the Financial Times, on July 1, 2021, when Rishi Sunak was the finance minister of the UK, Sunak used his annual Mansion House address to stand up for oneself that Britain to increase its economic relationship with Beijing while revealing that attempts to reopen direct entrance to European Union financial services markets had broken down.

Rishi Sunak was gloomy about the hope for a new regulatory deal with the European Union but insisted that the City of England was well placed to set out a fast-growing Beijing “financial services sell with total assets worth 40 trillion pounds. Sunak thinks the United Kingdom can strike a balance in dealing with Beijing between having a political dispute and increasing partnership on trade and economy.

However, there are also bullheaded like Foreign Secretary Truss, who plans to set up relations with Beijing and strategically try to serve the US strategy to contain China. Truss said on June 30 that “the West must learn from its mistakes in failing to deter Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and apply those lessons to protect peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait,” Reuters reported.

In contrast, the Russian-Ukraine crisis with the Taiwan question, a matter of China’s sovereignty, integrity and national interest and one that has not anything to do with other nations, is a classical narrative used by some Western leaders who want to copy the jumble they had made in Europe in Asia, so that they can trace more suffer and make more areas suffer from bloc vs bloc confrontation. Analysts have no idea how murderous it would be to help and cheer revolutionary on Taiwan island to break Beijing’s national integrity process.
England undoubtedly thinks it’s a “core member of the West countries following the US” regarding ideology, politics, diplomatic relations and militia matters. Still, England also thinks it is necessary to maintain the relationship with other major economies, especially China and India, on problems such as economy and trade or global climate change and environment.
But Washington is making significant attempts to push rivalry with Beijing. This may make it more complicated for England to find a balance between the two major powers. The future of England is also in question. It could be more confident and solid with a more promising time, but could also be dangerous and full of unreliability and dispute, said Wang (foreign minister).

“To what extent the United Kingdom will be brilliant to find its new place in the future global arena depends on how the new England administration can attack a balance between the naval and land powers, and the balance between cultural industries and the new digital and eco-friendly economies,” Wang remarked.