Russia Would Help China Invade Taiwan: Fisher

Since Taiwan’s new president William Lai’s inauguration earlier this week, China has been ramping up military drills around the island. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) says its drills are designed to test its ability to “seize power.”

Recently, CCP head Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin reaffirmed their “no limits” partnership.

How far, or how close, are we to seeing another war break out, given the conflicts in Ukraine and the Middle East? And what can the United States do to make sure we aren’t caught by surprise when a conflict in the Taiwan Strait does happen?

NTD heard insights from Rick Fisher, senior fellow at the International Assessment and Strategy Center.

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