29 mai 2023 | Local, Naval

ANALYSIS | Thinking the 'unthinkable': How China could change Canada's conversation about nuclear subs | CBC News

Almost a decade ago, the notion of a conflict between the United States and its allies on one side and China on the other was described as the “unthinkable war” by major foreign policy and defence observers. Lately, it’s become clear that those same experts are thinking through the unthinkable.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/canada-china-war-nuclear-submarines-aukus-taiwan-1.6856166

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