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Taiwan issued horror warning over mounting China-Russia dual threat

Tyler Mitchell By Tyler Mitchell May16,2024

Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines was also quizzed during the hearing on whether China and Russia would assist each other in a potential conflict with the US and its allies.

She said: “We see China and Russia, for the first time, exercising together in relation to Taiwan and recognising that this is a place where China definitely wants Russia to be working with them, and we see no reason why they wouldn’t.”

The two nations currently have a “no limits” partnership which began shortly before the war in Ukraine and helped to boost Russia‘s economy after stringent sanctions from the West left it increasingly isolated.

In return, Russia has provided China with cheap oil and natural gas. They have also conducted five joint military drills since 2022.

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2 thoughts on “Taiwan issued horror warning over mounting China-Russia dual threat”
  1. It’s deeply concerning to see China and Russia aligning their military exercises and partnership towards Taiwan. The potential for a joint conflict involving them against the US and its allies is alarming. We must closely monitor this developing situation.

  2. China and Russia working together in relation to Taiwan is a cause for concern. It’s alarming to see the emergence of this dual threat alliance, and it’s crucial for the US and its allies to adapt their strategies accordingly.

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