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Indo-Pacific

US should rethink Taiwan 'strategic ambiguity': Indo-Pacific chief

Southeast and South Asia will be priority for posture review, Adm. Davidson says

The destroyer USS Russell transits the Taiwan Strait in June. For years, Washington has held a position in which Taipei could not be sure the U.S. would come to its defense, but Beijing could not be sure the U.S. would not, if China mounted an attack on the island. (Photo courtesy of the U.S. Navy) 

NEW YORK -- When China gets out of bed each morning and peels back the curtain, it will see the U.S. and its allies united in the Western Pacific, assuring its own access, and conclude "we don't want to mess with that capability, that capacity and what I know to be the will."

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