China could use new HK law as blueprint for dealing with Taiwan: Washington Post

Radio Taiwan International
Date: 07 July, 2020
By: Shirley Lin

The new controversial Hong Kong national security law could serve as Beijing’s blueprint to solving the Taiwan issue. That was the subject of a Washington Post opinion piece published on Tuesday and penned by the news agency’s former Beijing branch chief, John Pomfret.

Pomfret said the law could be a potential model of how Beijing would deal with Taiwan. He was quoting China’s Modern Think Tank Forum President Li Su who is a strong advocate of taking Taiwan by force. Pomfret said Li has described the law as Beijing’s “test case” for solving cross-strait issues.    [SOURCE]

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