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When Will China Use Force against Taiwan?

The Chinese government regards the unification of Taiwan is a vital part of “China Dream.” From the beginning, CCP’s main challenge was to unify Taiwan....

Taiwan: Asia’s Next Geopolitical Flashpoint?

China maintains that Taiwan was always a part of China and it would unify Taiwan, if necessary by military means. War can break out...

A Radical Perspective to East Asian Security

The next great game of geopolitics will be staged in the theater of East Asia and the Western Pacific. Since the end of the...

Emerging Multipolarity in Military Technology

Russia and China are rapidly bridging the existing gap with the United States in terms of military technology. We are witnessing an emerging multipolarity...

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