What TAIWAN can learn from UKRAINE (and what it can’t) – VisualPolitik EN

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The Russian invasion of Ukraine has caused many countries to take military threats very seriously again. These days, war does not seem as far away as we thought. Of all the possible arenas, Taiwan is the hot favorite. According to many military experts, by 2025-2027 the People’s Republic of China will be ready to carry out the invasion of Taiwan.

Precisely for this reason, Taipei is closely following the war in Ukraine to take note of everything that could be useful in defending its sovereignty. In this video we tell you what Taiwan can and cannot copy from Ukraine.

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