A United States MQ-9 Reaper, a remotely piloted aircraft, is pictured on manoeuvres in Nevada, USA. Photo: Reuters A United States MQ-9 Reaper, a remotely piloted aircraft, is pictured on manoeuvres in Nevada, USA. Photo: Reuters
A United States MQ-9 Reaper, a remotely piloted aircraft, is pictured on manoeuvres in Nevada, USA. Photo: Reuters

What could China do to hit back at a US drone attack?

  • One option could be to target the base where the American unmanned vehicle came from, a Chinese strategist says
  • Assessment follows a shift in US drone exercises towards the Pacific

Topic |   Diplomacy
A United States MQ-9 Reaper, a remotely piloted aircraft, is pictured on manoeuvres in Nevada, USA. Photo: Reuters A United States MQ-9 Reaper, a remotely piloted aircraft, is pictured on manoeuvres in Nevada, USA. Photo: Reuters
A United States MQ-9 Reaper, a remotely piloted aircraft, is pictured on manoeuvres in Nevada, USA. Photo: Reuters
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