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In Ukraine’s shadow: Taiwan rethinks its strategy

Taiwan’s military has published an emergency manual for the first time. Shown here is the digital version.

On 28 pages, Taiwanese citizens are prepared for an emergency: Where are fallout shelters located, how do sirens differ, and what should be stockpiled as emergency supplies? Earlier this week, Taiwan’s military published its first-ever handbook to help civilians prepare for a potential Chinese invasion. The manual is intended to raise awareness of how to respond to and survive emergency situations, said Liu Tai-yi (劉泰益) of the Ministry of Defense.

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