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418 views • August 8, 2023

Chinese, Russian Warships Operate Near Alaska

NTD News
NTD News
It’s happening again. Chinese and Russian warships in the waters near Alaska. U.S. officials confirming that eleven Chinese and Russian ships did a joint drill near Alaska’s Aleutian Islands last week. Darin Gaub, an international military strategist, told NTD that the drill was able to take place because of an incompetent leadership. "I think this moment is chosen because of this administration." "If I were them, putting myself in their shoes, I would look at a weak administration and say, now is the time to do something, whatever that may be." This isn’t a first. Last September, a U.S. coast guard ship ran into seven Chinese and Russian warships near Alaska. The U.S. said the ships were operating within America’s exclusive economic zone, or EEZ. It's an area of the ocean extending over 200-miles from a country’s territorial sea. The ships dispersed after being spotted by the U.S. coast guard. U.S. northern command said this time, the Chinese and Russian warships stayed in international waters and wasn’t considered a threat. They left after the U.S. sent four destroyers. Senator Dan Sullivan of Alaska applauded the U-S response. He said the encounter is a reminder that the U-S has entered “a new era of authoritarian aggression.”
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