The Chinese military conducts an anti-submarine drill over the South China Sea in early March. Photo: Navy.81.cnThe Chinese military conducts an anti-submarine drill over the South China Sea in early March. Photo: Navy.81.cn
The Chinese military conducts an anti-submarine drill over the South China Sea in early March. Photo: Navy.81.cn

In the coronavirus fog, tussling over Taiwan goes under the radar

  • But Beijing, Taipei and Washington have all sent messages that they’re not about to let down their military guard, observers say
  • Missile drills, airspace incursions and armed forces exercises signal that each is on alert to any attempt to change the stalemate

Topic |   Taiwan
The Chinese military conducts an anti-submarine drill over the South China Sea in early March. Photo: Navy.81.cnThe Chinese military conducts an anti-submarine drill over the South China Sea in early March. Photo: Navy.81.cn
The Chinese military conducts an anti-submarine drill over the South China Sea in early March. Photo: Navy.81.cn
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