Taiwanese sailors salute the island’s flag on the deck of the Panshih supply ship after taking part in annual drills, at the Tsoying naval base in Kaohsiung, in January 2018. Photo: AFP Taiwanese sailors salute the island’s flag on the deck of the Panshih supply ship after taking part in annual drills, at the Tsoying naval base in Kaohsiung, in January 2018. Photo: AFP
Taiwanese sailors salute the island’s flag on the deck of the Panshih supply ship after taking part in annual drills, at the Tsoying naval base in Kaohsiung, in January 2018. Photo: AFP

Letters | For Taiwan, a wake-up call from a war far away

  • Taiwan may have its own army, but if and when mainland Chinese forces land on the island, it will have little chance of escaping defeat

Topic |   War and conflict
Taiwanese sailors salute the island’s flag on the deck of the Panshih supply ship after taking part in annual drills, at the Tsoying naval base in Kaohsiung, in January 2018. Photo: AFP Taiwanese sailors salute the island’s flag on the deck of the Panshih supply ship after taking part in annual drills, at the Tsoying naval base in Kaohsiung, in January 2018. Photo: AFP
Taiwanese sailors salute the island’s flag on the deck of the Panshih supply ship after taking part in annual drills, at the Tsoying naval base in Kaohsiung, in January 2018. Photo: AFP
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