Geostrategy-Direct: Panic in China at early signals from Trump administration

Donald Trump’s meeting with Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe last month should have sent an early signal to Beijing that a change in U.S. policy could be coming.
Donald Trump’s meeting with Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe last month.

“China has been ripping the U.S. off left and right, and we are going to push back without any hesitation,” said Donald Trump as the GOP presidential candidate.

As President-elect Trump’s cabinet nominee team takes shape, Beijing is beginning to panic over an imminent new reality: The new administration’s reaction against China will be swift and robust.

Even before Trump took a call from Taiwan’s new president, sparking an uproar among Beijing-influenced officials, ex-officials and pundits in Washington, other developments were signaling a change in the U.S. foreign policy consensus.

See Full Article in Dec. 6, 2016 edition of Geostrategy-Direct.com

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