China Taiwan Conflict: Tension between China and Taiwan continues. Although Taiwan does not stand in front of China in terms of military strength, but due to the support of America, the show of strength of the armies of two countries in India’s neighborhood can take the form of a big war. At present, China seems a bit weak in this confrontation because Nancy Pelosi came to Taiwan and even returned and China kept watching. Meanwhile, China will use Dragon long-range artillery and DF-17 hypersonic missiles for the first time in an exercise off the coast of Taiwan today. The Global Times report states that these missiles will fly over Taiwan for the first time.
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Which countries border the South China Sea?
South China Sea i.e. South China Sea borders 10 countries including China. These include countries like China, Taiwan, Philippines, Indonesia, Brunei, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. China has also had a dispute with some of these countries because China has occupied about 90 percent of this sea. Some time ago China surprised the world, when it started bridging some parts of the ocean. China built artificial islands by laying a strong foundation inside the sea.
Artificial Island in the middle of the ocean
How much treasure in the South China Sea?
How important is the South China Sea?
This is a matter of the 1970s, otherwise no other country had claimed this piece of sea till then. Economically and strategically, the South China Sea is considered very important. If gunpowder is being sown in the depths of the South China Sea today. Several thousand hectares of new land has been prepared by bridging its islands
and military bases are being built here. The connection of all these activities is connected not only with security interests but also with economic interests. South China Sea is one of the busiest sea routes. 80 percent of the trade in the world is done by sea. While a third of this business passes through the South China Sea. China is eyeing this business. International affairs expert Qamar Aga also agrees to this.
Dragon wants to increase its dominance?