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EU ambassador to China hits out at ‘wolf warrior diplomacy’, urges Beijing to cherish ‘Deng Xiaoping legacy’

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]European Union ambassador to China Nicolas Chapuis said on Thursday the bloc will seek common ground with the United States to stand up to Beijing’s bullying, intimidation and “wolf warrior diplomacy”, while recommending the government revisit “Deng Xiaoping’s legacy” to seek goodwill in Europe.The speech was made just days after China’s vice foreign minister Le Yucheng rejected the “wolf warrior” label used to criticise the aggressive rhetoric adopted by some Chinese diplomats. He described…

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European Union ambassador to China Nicolas Chapuis said on Thursday the bloc will seek common ground with the United States to stand up to Beijing’s bullying, intimidation and “wolf warrior diplomacy”, while recommending the government revisit “Deng Xiaoping’s legacy” to seek goodwill in Europe.The speech was made just days after China’s vice foreign minister Le Yucheng rejected the “wolf warrior” label used to criticise the aggressive rhetoric adopted by some Chinese diplomats. He described…

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