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Top Philippine Diplomat Unleashes Expletive-Laced Tirade Against China

Por: The New York Times World May 04, 2021

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MANILA — The Philippine government under the famously foul-mouthed Rodrigo Duterte has at times conducted its diplomacy with the most undiplomatic of language.In dealing with China, by contrast, Mr. Duterte has generally chosen honey over vinegar, fearful of the consequences of lashing out. But on Monday, that did not stop his top diplomat from doing exactly that.“China, my friend, how politely can I put it? Let me see…,” wrote Teodoro... + full article



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