China to ‘punish’ and ‘isolate’ Taiwan for Nancy Pelosi visit | The World

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Beijing has announced it will carry out targeted military operations in Taiwan’s surrounding waters and skies over the coming days – including live-fire military drills.

Defence editor at The Economist, Shashank Joshi, says Beijing is keen to demonstrate its military and political power.

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