Air Defense Options for Taiwan : An Assessment of Relative Costs and Operational Benefits
Title：Air Defense Options for Taiwan : An Assessment of Relative Costs and Operational Benefits
This report analyzes Taiwan’s options for allocating resources for air defense, describes the essential air defense problem that China poses, characterizes the current capabilities and level of funding that Taiwan invests in air defense, and develops several alternative investment strategies. The authors then test those investment strategies in three vignettes that span the range of conflict, from limited coercion to a full invasion.
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