Taiwan looks to develop military drone fleet after drawing on lessons from Ukraine’s war with Russia

Taiwan will speed up the development of its military drones to strengthen its defences against Beijing after seeing how Ukraine used them to resist Russia’s invasion. Noting the effectiveness of Ukraine’s drone fleet, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen said recently: “Regardless of whether it is for military or civilian use, it is highly necessary for us to speed up our development of drones as it will be an important matter for the next generation.” But analysts warned it was unclear if the…

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