Trump’s big anti-China speech: Much ado about nothing
Trump’s big anti-China speech was aimed at voters rather than changing something in relations with Beijing, RISS expert Vyacheslav Kholodkov says. The basis for Trump’s actions was China’s decision to implement a national security law in Hong Kong. According to this law, Ministries of National Security will be opened in the special administrative region of Hong Kong in order to monitor activities directed at splitting the country and undermining stability.
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