The communist regime’s soft power is coming to an end as the world derisks and decouples.

With its last three giant pandas set to be returned to China in December, the Smithsonian National Zoo will no longer have any pandas for the first time in 50 years.

After former President Richard Nixon’s visit to China in 1972, the communist regime adopted “panda diplomacy” at the National Zoo in Washington D.C., which has since continually hosted giant pandas from China symbolizing the warming of U.S.–China relations.

Other zoos in the United States and other Western countries are also returning giant pandas to China. China observers believe that the “panda diplomacy” that represented the communist regime’s soft power is coming to an end, as the world is derisking and decoupling from it.

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