Beijing would be unlikely to launch a surprise attack on Taiwan, due to the United States’ sophisticated monitoring systems, according to a Taipei-based think tank. Photo: EPA Beijing would be unlikely to launch a surprise attack on Taiwan, due to the United States’ sophisticated monitoring systems, according to a Taipei-based think tank. Photo: EPA
Beijing would be unlikely to launch a surprise attack on Taiwan, due to the United States’ sophisticated monitoring systems, according to a Taipei-based think tank. Photo: EPA
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Surprise attack on Taiwan by China’s PLA ‘unlikely’, according to Taipei think tank

  • Unusual military activity would be ‘unable to escape’ the watchful eye of US monitoring systems
  • Financial, diplomatic and domestic concerns would make Beijing ‘hesitant’ to wage war against the self-ruled island

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Beijing would be unlikely to launch a surprise attack on Taiwan, due to the United States’ sophisticated monitoring systems, according to a Taipei-based think tank. Photo: EPA Beijing would be unlikely to launch a surprise attack on Taiwan, due to the United States’ sophisticated monitoring systems, according to a Taipei-based think tank. Photo: EPA
Beijing would be unlikely to launch a surprise attack on Taiwan, due to the United States’ sophisticated monitoring systems, according to a Taipei-based think tank. Photo: EPA
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