Headliners: China ‘risks new Cold War’ pursing strategic alliance that would encircle the Pacific

GBNews published this video item, entitled “Headliners: China ‘risks new Cold War’ pursing strategic alliance that would encircle the Pacific” – below is their description.

‘If the sea levels do rise, some of those islands better become submarine bases.’

The Headliners react to an article in the Daily Telegraph: China ‘risks new Cold War’ as it pursues strategic alliance that would encircle the Pacific.

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