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Donald Trump tests China's red line on Taiwan using Beijing's playbook

While Trump soon backpedaled, displaying an inconsistency that has become a hallmark of his presidency, it showed China that relations with the U.S. were changing quickly

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Donald Trump | Taiwan | US China

Colum Murphy | Bloomberg 



Photo: Bloomberg
“Taiwan’s Democratic Progressive Party is willing to become a chess piece and collude with the U.S. in a bid to seek political gains,” Ma was quoted as saying. Photo: Bloomberg

It didn’t take long for to throw out the long-established diplomatic rulebook on Taiwan: A month before taking office in January 2017, he accepted a telephone call from President Tsai Ing-wen.

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First Published: Thu, August 06 2020. 19:58 IST

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