Beijing harbors a perennial desire to “reunify” with China-claimed Taiwan. With the United States distracted by internal politics, and the world struggling to cope with the fallout of COVID-19, Chinese president Xi Jinping may sense a window of opportunity to make a move. However, don’t expect China to launch a full-blown invasion. China has several tactics at its disposal to tighten its grip on Taiwan. Learn what they are – and what risks they entail – in this informative analysis from Geopolitical Futures.
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Phillip Orchard is an analyst at Geopolitical Futures, a digital publication which analyzes and forecasts the direction of global events.