By aligning itself with the US, the DPP government in Taiwan has turned its back on being part of the Chinese nation. Illustration: Timothy Mcevenue

How China-US rivalry is hastening the marginalisation of Taiwan 

Tian Feilong says America’s use of Taiwan as a bargaining chip in its tussle with China is upsetting the status quo of cross-strait relations. With the DPP government in Taiwan also becoming more provocative, Beijing is being forced to respond

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By aligning itself with the US, the DPP government in Taiwan has turned its back on being part of the Chinese nation. Illustration: Timothy Mcevenue
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Tian Feilong

Tian Feilong

Tian Feilong is an associate professor at Beihang University’s Law School in Beijing, and the executive director of the law school's One Country Two Systems Legal Studies Centre. He is also a director of the Chinese Association of Hong Kong and Macau Studies, and the author of a Chinese-language book on Hong Kong political reform.