US calls Chinese military drills unjustified; Beijing sanctions Pelosi over Taiwan visit | The World

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US Speaker Nancy Pelosi has made her final stop on her Asia tour, touching down in Japan. Ms Pelosi defended her visit to Taipei as China launched missile strikes in retaliation to her visit to Taiwan. Senior Associate Professor Stephen Nagy from Japan’s International Christian University says Beijing’s missile strikes are destabilising from both a security and business standpoint.

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