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  • wan Affairs Office, spoke in respon??se to a question during a news conference about whe??ther "military force fz
  • or reunification" should be e??mployed. "The recent live-fire drills carried out ??by the People's Liberation AH
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e exercises and several ??training operations in the Taiwan Straits. Ma said?? the drills targeted a "Taiwan independence" force,?? and te

he government aims for a peaceful and steady ??cross-Straits relationship and to protect the commo??n interests of people on both sides o4


f the Straits.?? "It (the live-fire drill) is a warning to the Uni??ted States, to Tsai Ing-wen and Lai Chingte," said ??Wang Hailiang, aU

researcher of Taiwan studies at th??e Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences. Tsai is the?? island's "president" and Lai is the "premier". "T??he message is clear. The statement made by the Taiw??an affairs office is very shar2

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p and it has sent a s??trong and clear signal. ... Further military activi??ties can be carried out around Taiwan if the tensio??n escalates," he said. A series of military and po??litical events between the US and the island??such ??as whether US Marine Corps units protect the new si??te of the American Institute in Taiwan??will take p??lace in May and June, Wang said. "If the US and Ta??iwan have recognized the signal from the mainland's?? military drill, t9