The Biden administration’s twooceans strategy to connect the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans has become obvious in light of the U.S. global strategic shift towards the East and the Ukraine crisis, quickening the trend of the NATO’s pivot to the AsiaPacific region, and this is the core of global NATO’s soft expansion. The primary focus of the trend has seen how the NATO has responded to the so called China’s challenges and it has strengthened the tight ties to Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand identified as crucial strategic assets. The NATO’s transition to a multilateral military alliance centered on AsiaPacific security remains challenging. However, there are key obstacles including the U.S.European alliance’s different views on China and Russia, the presence of regional forces to limit the NATO, and the imbalance between NATO’s strategic aims and means. A new transatlantic arrangements between the U.S. and Europe around the major power competition will rely on the NATO’s pivot to the AsiaPacific region, while this will split the alliance’s global focus. The regional security situation will also deteriorate as a result of the NATO’s pivot to the AsiaPacific, significantly increasing strategic pressure on China. China should therefore remain vigilant on how the NATO’s pivot to AsiaPacific will have been developing, discuss with all parties on stabilizing the AsiaPacific security, and create a strategic environment for China.