His comment came after US military announced understanding with China for return of underwater glider
'Peace does not belong to cowards,' says the Global Times
Business connected to The Trump Organization rely on government in Philippines, Japan, Taiwan, Turkey and Argentina
President-elect's remark that US need not necessarily respect 'one China' position on Taiwan further angers superpower already incensed by call to President Tsai Ing-wen
It may have made sense for America to snub Taiwan in the 1970s for the sake of Richard Nixon’s China policy, but the time has come for plain speaking
If, as president, Trump decides to go down this route, he will be placing the Taiwan status issue at the heart of a huge negotiation. The message will be that if China wants to have the ‘One China’ policy maintained, it will have to pay for it. But it won’t work out the way he wants it to
Markets have bad day as risk of trade war between the two superpowers rises following President-elect's tough talk
President-elect suggested he could withdraw American support for so-called ‘One China’ principle unless Beijing makes concessions on other issues like trade
'We must confront Trump's provocation head on'
President-elect broke decades of foreign policy protocol by speaking with the Taiwan president last week
President-elect criticised Beijing’s fiscal and defence policies, days after breaking four decades of diplomatic protocol by speaking with Taiwan's President
Since Donald Trump is as much a reality TV star as he is a real businessman – and more of both than he is a politician – his approach to the presidency is perhaps no surprise. But the game is quickly becoming serious
The Trump Organisation denies it has any projects planned in Taiwan
The President-elect took a 10 minute phone call with Tsai Ing-wen
China lodges protest over phone call - the first by a US president or president-elect since 1979 - as Taiwan urges 'calm'
Top rankings dominated by countries including Singapore, South Korea and Japan, with no significant advancements in England's performance