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China is Failing Big Time in Its Effort to Get the Jerusalem Post to Unpublish Interview With Taiwan FM Joseph Wu

Chinese embassies around the world, particularly in small and middle-sized countries, are accustomed to using aggressive tactics with local media whenever they feel an outlet has violated one of Beijing’s so-called “red lines” (particularly on issues like Taiwan, Tibet, and Xinjiang). Threats of diplomatic retaliation are often enough to get a media channel to either retract or unpublish an offending story.

While those tactics may work in some countries, that’s definitely not the case in Israel.

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