Kei Pritsker: Taiwan Crisis Explained + Larry Wilkerson: U.S. Policy on Taiwan is Dangerous

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BreakThrough News on Aug 2, 2022

Nancy Pelosi just landed in Taiwan. China said they were ready to fight “to the very end” for Taiwan.

Why is the island such a fundamental issue?

BT’s Kei Pritsker explains the history and how the U.S. uses the island in its larger plan for Great Power Conflict with China.

Larry Wilkerson: U.S. Policy on Taiwan is Dangerous

theAnalysis-news on Jul 27, 2022

Nancy Pelosi is considering a visit to Taiwan which Col. Lawrence Wilkerson calls a needless provocation that undermines the policy of “strategic ambiguity”. It makes U.S. China policy even more dangerous.

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