Tensions flare up as Taiwan carries out a five-day live-fire drill this week. This, after the U.S. approved another arms sale to Taiwan last week. The Chinese Foreign Ministry says it will sanction Lockheed Martin for its involvement in Washington’s latest arms sale. The company is the main contractor for an upgrade package for Taiwan’s Patriot surface-to-air missiles. China insists the U.S. stick to the Joint Communique stating there’s only one China, and Washington should not make Taiwan a leverage against China. Meanwhile, amid the COVID-19 economic shock, Taiwan is busy exploring ways to meet new challenges. So how will cross-Strait ties likely evolve?
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