Australian Broadcasting Corporation: "China’s wolf warrior diplomacy"

Oct 26, 2021

In the past several years China has become more assertive, and its diplomats have again used sharper language — it’s been called "wolf warrior diplomacy." This segment of Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Big Ideas podcast series features a re-broadcast of Carnegie Council's October 2021 event, "China's Civilian Army: The Making of Wolf Warrior Diplomacy."

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