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Trump's foreign policy -- an elephant in a china shop?

The Taiwanese people should not be a bargaining chip for trade deals

We are one month away from U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration, and the world is still trying to figure out what the nation's foreign policy will look like under the eccentric and unpredictable new leader.

For Asia, the answer is shaping up. Trump looks increasingly inclined not only to adopt a hawkish line against China, but has also vowed a Quixotic attempt at revolutionizing the four-decades-long protocol known as the "one China" policy, which is at the foundation of China's diplomatic relations with not only the U.S. but practically every other country.

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