Taiwan expands mandatory military service in the face of China’s threat

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen announces an extension of mandatory military service from four months to one year, citing the threat of an increasingly hostile China. Beijing considers democratic, self-governing Taiwan a part of its territory, to be taken one day, by force if necessary, and the island lives under constant fear of a Chinese invasion.

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