James Forsyth James Forsyth

Escaping the dragon: the government’s new approach to China

How Boris Johnson plans to reduce our dependence on Beijing

How will the world be different after coronavirus? Will everything return to the way it was or will there be lasting change? For this country, there is one thing that will clearly be different: the government’s approach to China. I understand that while Boris Johnson’s grand, integrated foreign policy review has been put on hold because of the pandemic, the work on Anglo-Sino relations has been brought forward as a matter of urgency.

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