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What does Ukraine really mean for Taiwan?

2 March 2022

1:55 AM

2 March 2022

1:55 AM

No one should think that Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine means that Xi Jinping will decide to use force against Taiwan anytime soon, if ever. China is not Russia, nor Taiwan Ukraine.

Yet neither should policymakers presume that Beijing will not be influenced by what happens on the other end of Eurasia.

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