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China Has Elevated Its Missile Capabilities Posing Unprecedented Challenge To The U.S.


According to a report by Reuters, Chinese President Xi Jinping elevated his country's missile forces to a level where they pose an unprecedented challenge to the aircraft carriers and bases that form the backbone of American military supremacy in Asia. Reuters reports that Beijing's arsenal now rivals or even outperforms those of the United States, puncturing the protective umbrella that America has offered its regional allied South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan for decades.

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