China is expanding its military arsenal with new drones, including stealth versions and those that can swarm and drop bombs. Elsa Kania joins the WSJ in comparing the tech and design of these drones with their U.S. counterparts to see how Beijing is equipping its military for possible future conflict.
Watch the full video from The Wall Street Journal.
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