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President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan signed three bilateral contracts with Eswatini, including an agreement to help the country build an oil reserve.
Despite concerns that the visit may anger China, President Tsai Ing-wen visits Eswatini, Taiwan's last African ally, amid tensions in the cross-strait region.
Taiwan lost one sub-Saharan African ally in 2018, but it's gripping tightly onto another.
How can Tsai Ing-wen possibly rope her 18 remaining diplomatic allies into a 'democratic coalition' to oppose China when they themselves are hardly functioning democracies?