Taiwan Loses Honduran Support to China

by Peter Zeihan on April 6, 2023

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For those following Chinese relations, you’ve probably heard that Honduras just dropped its recognition of Taiwan to establish ties with mainland China. President Tsai responded with a trip to Central America to shore up diplomatic support, but will any of this determine the status of relations between Taiwan, China, and the rest of the world?

While all this makes for good theater, all that matters is where the money and weapons go. And the country to watch is the US.

Taiwan and US trade negotiations are already underway and will likely be wrapped up here soon. Once they’ve reached an agreement and Taiwan becomes a fully integrated trade partner, they’ll be treated as an independent country in every capacity but name.

Taiwan Loses Honduran Support to China || Peter Zeihan

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