Becca Wasser provides insights on rising tensions between the U.S. and China and Taiwan. “It is likely to go on for weeks, if not months, if not longer and as that happens, you're going to have continued fighting and loss of life, not only for the United States and its allies and partners and China, but also on the ground in Taiwan with some of the civilians who are going to suffer the most from this conflict”
Watch the full interview from ABC Australia.
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