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Donald Trump has a month to go and he has already wandered into two – one with China and one with Russia.On Russia, Trump is on his back foot.Trump can control his destiny with Beijing. Does Trump really mean to blow up the U.S.-China relationship?Henry Kissinger, the American master of diplomatic ambiguity, sees some benefit in Trump's unpredictability.Perhaps Kissinger is simply trying to flatter the president-elect. But perhaps he sees benefit in the way Trump has reintroduced new dynamics in the triangular relationship among the U.S., Russia and China – by taking a harder line with Beijing and a softer one with Moscow. A stable alliance between Trump and Putin is hard to imagine.
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