The US's recent military sales and visit to Taiwan may only be regarded as crossing an “orange line” by Beijing, says Kelsey Broderick
of Eurasia Group. But she is concerned that accumulated interactions like these may develop into a “red line,” for which Beijing is sending a warning.
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Kelsey Broderick supports the Asia practice's work on a wide variety of issues and countries, with a particular emphasis on China. Prior to joining Eurasia Group, she researched macroeconomic developments and trends in China at the World Bank.