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China has no clear road map for Taiwan unification: U.S. experts

Analysts in CSIS survey split on Beijing's internal deadline for possible attack

Does China have a coherent strategy and timeline for Taiwan unification? U.S. experts had diverse views.   © Google Earth

TOKYO -- Leading U.S. experts broadly believe China does not have a coherent internal strategy and road map to achieve peaceful unification with Taiwan, according to a new survey by the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

The Washington-based think tank conducted a poll of 64 leading analysts to gauge their views on China's game plan shortly after U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan that triggered unprecedented Chinese military exercises around the island.

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