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China and Russia hold military exercises

Russia and China plan to hold a military exercise lasting several days off the coasts of Japan and Taiwan starting Wednesday. The exercises will take place from Dec. 21 to 27 in the East China Sea. China and Russia have regularly held such joint maneuvers since 2012 (China.Table reported). However, in light of Russia’s war of aggression in Ukraine and recent tensions over the island of Taiwan claimed by Beijing, neighboring countries will observe this year’s exercise with particular unease.

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