China–United States proxy conflict

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China–United States proxy conflict
Part of Cold War, Cold War II
Date31 March 1946 - 1967, 1990s - Ongoing
Location
Global
Status

Ongoing:

  • Korean War
  • Yugoslav Wars
  • American involvement in the Syrian Civil War
  • War in Donbass
  • Yemeni Civil War
  • Venezuelan presidential crisis
  • Hong Kong protests
Belligerents
Commanders and leaders

Xi Jinping
(President of the People's Republic of China)
Li Keqiang
(Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress)

Donald Trump
(President of the United States)
Mike Pence
(Vice President of the United States)
Mark Esper
(Secretary of Defense)

Units involved
  • People's Liberation Army
  • United States Armed Forces
  • The China–United States proxy conflict, sometimes also referred to as the China–United States Cold War is the ongoing struggle for world influence between China and the United States.

    History[edit]

    Cold War[edit]

    1950s[edit]

    1960s[edit]

    1990s[edit]

    2000s[edit]

    2010s[edit]

    Involved parties[edit]

    Chinese supporters and proxies[edit]

    Russia[edit]

    Iran[edit]

    Syria[edit]

    North Korea[edit]

    Yugoslavia and Serbia[edit]

    Houthis[edit]

    Hezbollah[edit]

    Iraqi militias[edit]

    Maduro supporters in Venezuela[edit]

    Pro-Beijing camp in Hong Kong[edit]

    Armenia[edit]

    American supporters and proxies[edit]

    NATO[edit]

    Saudi Arabia[edit]

    Others[edit]

    Other involved parties[edit]

    Turkey[edit]

    Involvement in regional conflicts[edit]

    Korean War[edit]

    Syrian Civil War[edit]

    Yemeni Civil War[edit]

    Iraqi Civil War[edit]

    Lebanese arena[edit]

    War in Afghanistan[edit]

    See also[edit]


    Other articles of the topics United States AND Asia : North Korea–United States proxy conflict, Russia–United States proxy conflict

    Other articles of the topics China AND Asia : Lobsang Nyandak, China, Index of Macau-related articles, Shanghai, East Turkistan Government in Exile, Index of articles related to Hong Kong

    Other articles of the topic China : China-Taiwan Tensions of 2020-2021, KVD International Group, Chinese Imperial Dog, Ma, Confucius, Hong Kong Adventist Academy, Radisson Blu Hotel Shanghai New World

    Other articles of the topic United States : List of tallest buildings in Amherst, Massachusetts, Hurricane Ida (2021), 2020–2021 United States racial unrest, Batgirl (film), Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Enforcement Division, Microsoft Corporation, Newellton High School

    Other articles of the topic Asia : China, Yashwant Vishwanath Phatak, Lama Alshamandi, Shanghai, Hawsh al-Sultan, 2020 United Arab Emirates explosions, Vietnam

    Other articles of the topic War : Iran–Turkey proxy conflict, List of people associated with the 2003 invasion of Iraq, Saudi Arabia–Turkey proxy conflict, Danny Dietz, Surprise Day, 2020 Iraq attacks, Genocide of Ukrainians

    References[edit]


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