China’s latest display of aggression toward Taiwan is raising concerns that a war could break out. This situation ramped up on Friday with China flying 38 warplanes into Taiwan’s air defense identification zone (ADIZ). The fact that China is doing this is nothing new, but what is new is the number, 38, which set a new record. On Saturday, that record was increased again with China flying 39 warplanes into Taiwan’s ADIZ. China did backed off some on Sunday, only sending 16 warplanes in. But, on Monday, China blasted past Saturday’s record by sending in 52 warplanes. That’s 145 warplanes in four days. According to reports, the warplanes flew over key areas that would be important if violence should ever break out between China and Taiwan.
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