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Truss in Taiwan warns of new Cold War with China

17 May 2023

6:13 PM

17 May 2023

6:13 PM

Liz Truss is in Taiwan this week, urging the West to take a stronger stance against China. Her message is clear: Europe’s future is ‘inextricably linked’ to that of the island, you can’t trust Beijing to follow the rules and Britain and its allies must now take action.

Citing Chinese naval expansion, military build-up, economic decoupling and diplomatic initiatives, Truss warned that ‘There are those who say they don’t want another Cold War.

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