Defense expert: No U.S. ally is happy to assist U.S. intervention in the Taiwan Straits
CGTN, 01 Jun 2023
The United States prides itself on having many "allies" whom it considers crucial in its anti-China crusade. However, when it comes to supporting American military intervention in the Taiwan Straits, these allies may not be willing to lend a hand. In a recent interview, Zhou Bo, a retired senior colonel of the People's Liberation Army, revealed that countries like the Philippines and Japan, who are traditionally seen as U.S. allies, don't want to see a military conflict in the Taiwan Straits. Their reluctance stems from the fear of being drawn into a war. On the other hand, China remains unafraid of American intervention and is steadfast in its path to achieve defense and military modernization by 2035 and become a world-class military power by the middle of this century. The current tensions have only accelerated China's pursuit of these goals.
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