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S. intelligence and military analysts expected, prompting fears that Beijing will attack Taiwan in the next two years, according to Pentagon officials." However, the Taiwanese spokesman, Chang Jung-kung, says this report is inaccurate, noting that the Pentagon does not take into account the latest development between Taiwan and China, who have entered a new phase since Chairman Lien Chan's journey of peace to China in 2005. China also responded by reporting that the Pentagon "viciously exaggerated Chinese military outlay, spreading a 'China threat theory.'" In conclusion, it appears as if the growing differences in economic and political policies between the United States and China have increased watchfulness and suspicion on the parts of both major countries, leading to the possibility of another "Cold War" between the U.S. And another new, threatening communist country, China.

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Matthew Clark, "China a Security Threat to U.S. " the Christian Science Monitor, 28 Jun 2005.

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Phillip Saunders, Chinese Views of Its Military Modernization, Monterey Institute of International Studies, 2000.

Ibid. page 58.

Matthew Clark, "China a Security Threat to U.S. " the Christian Science Monitor, 28 Jun 2005.


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