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China says U.S. actions on Taiwan, South China Sea threaten stability

Reuters Saturday, 1 June 2019
The United States' actions on Taiwan and the South China Sea are hardly conducive to maintaining stability in the region, a senior Chinese military official said on Saturday, responding to comments by acting U.S. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan.
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According to Reuters, a senior Chinese military official said that the United States’ actions on Taiwan and the South China Sea are hardly conducive to maintaining stability in the region. Shao Yuanming, a senior official of the People’s Liberation Army, said that acting U.S. Defense Secretary...

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