A Taiwanese fighter jet shadows a Chinese bomber over the Taiwan Strait in February. Photo: Military News Agency, ROC A Taiwanese fighter jet shadows a Chinese bomber over the Taiwan Strait in February. Photo: Military News Agency, ROC
A Taiwanese fighter jet shadows a Chinese bomber over the Taiwan Strait in February. Photo: Military News Agency, ROC

China’s military moves targeting Taiwan are more about intimidation than invasion, analysts say

  • Strategy is seen as a tolerable one for Beijing while it focuses on bigger issues like overhauling its economy and managing competition with Washington
  • ‘There is still no incentive for Beijing to provoke a war over Taiwan, since war would only make all of China’s problems far worse’

Topic |   Taiwan
A Taiwanese fighter jet shadows a Chinese bomber over the Taiwan Strait in February. Photo: Military News Agency, ROC A Taiwanese fighter jet shadows a Chinese bomber over the Taiwan Strait in February. Photo: Military News Agency, ROC
A Taiwanese fighter jet shadows a Chinese bomber over the Taiwan Strait in February. Photo: Military News Agency, ROC
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