Vice-minister of foreign affairs Le Yucheng – pictured here in 2018 – addressed what some pundits refer to as China’s “wolf warrior” style of diplomacy, in a speech over the weekend. Photo: Xinhua
Vice-minister of foreign affairs Le Yucheng – pictured here in 2018 – addressed what some pundits refer to as China’s “wolf warrior” style of diplomacy, in a speech over the weekend. Photo: Xinhua
Zhou Xin
Opinion

Opinion

Zhou Xin

China’s handling of Australia row highlights what may be an increasingly hard line in diplomatic affairs

  • Speech by vice-minister of foreign affairs offers a hint at the future of Chinese diplomacy
  • Through Australia, China is setting the record straight – there will be consequences for offending Beijing

Vice-minister of foreign affairs Le Yucheng – pictured here in 2018 – addressed what some pundits refer to as China’s “wolf warrior” style of diplomacy, in a speech over the weekend. Photo: Xinhua
Vice-minister of foreign affairs Le Yucheng – pictured here in 2018 – addressed what some pundits refer to as China’s “wolf warrior” style of diplomacy, in a speech over the weekend. Photo: Xinhua
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