A war game reveals that the United States and Taiwan can defend themselves against a Chinese invasion

WASHINGTON — In the first three weeks after invading Taiwan, China sank two multibillion-dollar U.S. aircraft carriers, attacked U.S. bases across Japan and Guam, and destroyed hundreds of U.S. jet fighters advances.

China’s situation was, on the contrary, worse. He landed troops in Taiwan and seized the southern third of the island, but his amphibious fleet was decimated by relentless attacks from American and Japanese missiles and submarines and he was unable to resupply his own strengths. The capital, Taipei, was safe in Taiwanese hands, and Beijing lacked long-range ballistic missiles to counter America’s still mighty air and sea power.


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