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Prodding the dragon: US tests China with special forces training in Taiwan

New Zealand Herald Sunday, 15 November 2020 ()
Prodding the dragon: US tests China with special forces training in TaiwanFor the first time in 40 years, Taiwan has confirmed a contingent of US special forces is on the island to train its troops. It's a move that could escalate tensions with Beijing.A statement from Taiwan's Naval Command is the...
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