US Designates Envoy to Counter 'Malign Influences' From China at UN

Poster:Post date:2020-01-24
Region:(U.S.-China Relations)
Issue:(U.S.-China Engagement)
(Taiwan News, By Sophia Yang) Washington has appointed a senior envoy to counterbalance China's malign influence in the United Nations (UN) and other international bodies as a course correction for President Trump's retreat from multilateralism over the past three years, and a new military strategy is to be implemented by the Pentagon in the face of challenges from China and Russia, Reuters reported. <Accessed 2020-01-24>  
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