Four years ago, Donald Trump made history when he took a call from Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen.The Trump-Tsai conversation, just a month after the US election, was the first time an American president-elect had spoken directly to a leader of the island since 1979, when Washington broke official ties with Taipei to normalise relations with Beijing.The call was a big win for Tsai, leader of a government that only a handful of small states recognise as a sovereign country.It was also seen as…



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