Taiwan Strait Crisis

The Taiwan Strait Crisis may refer to:

  • the First Taiwan Strait Crisis (1954–1955)
  • the Second Taiwan Strait Crisis (1958)
  • the Third Taiwan Strait Crisis (1995–1996)

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