Amid PLA sorties, Taiwanese president says failing to defend island ‘catastrophic’ for peace in Asia

A failure to defend Taiwan would be catastrophic for peace in Asia and the island would do whatever it took to protect itself, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen said, as Beijing continues to deploy record numbers of military aircraft to fly into the island’s air defence identification zone.In an article published in the Foreign Affairs magazine on Tuesday, Tsai said Taiwan would not bend to pressure, but nor would it turn “adventurist”, even with support from the international community.Taiwan…

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