Relationships and Rivalries: "China's Tailored Capabilities to Strike Us" over Taiwan
Asia expert Abraham Denmark fills us in on the relationship and rivalry between mainland China and Taiwan. In this episode we quickly cover history, but also analyze the potential for U.S. involvement in a possible attempt by Beijing to reunify Taiwan to the mainland, and the fact that China has been able to develop a tailored capability to fight the U.S. in a Taiwan scenario.
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