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China draws national security red lines in its trade war with the United States – South China Morning Post



China draws national security red lines in its trade war with the United States  South China Morning Post

China’s national security issues – from Taiwan to the South China Sea and food security – will be at stake as the United States expands the trade war, according to some of Beijing’s most experienced US hands. Beijing has long claimed that national interests were at the heart of its main differences with Washington in the trade talks but it had not specified them publicly. But at a forum in Beijing on Friday, Zhou Wenchong, China’s ambassador to the US from 2005 to 2010, said the biggest problem was whether the US could accept and agree with “the development and flourishing of a socialist Ch…



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