In addition, due to the outbreak of the epidemic in other countries in the Middle East, the US military stationed in these places also needs to be adjusted accordingly. U.S. troops stationed in the Middle East are also required not to leave the camp at will. Take the U.S. military stationed in Iraq as an example. Because land transportation is strictly limited, supplies are now done by air. However, because the epidemic also affected Iran, when its vice president and deputy health minister were both diagnosed, and a newly elected member of Congress died of Wuhan pneumonia, Iran was also busy dealing with the Wuhan pneumonia epidemic. Although there has been an armed conflict in which Syrian air strikes on Turkey have resulted in the deaths of many Turkish troops, the current situation of the conflict between the United States and Iran is cooling down.
In general, the outbreak of the Wuhan pneumonia seems to have caused many countries to temporarily put aside the original confrontation and conflict in order to focus on dealing with the epidemic. However, some countries have also made sneak attacks during whatsapp list the Wuhan pneumonia epidemic because they are worried that others will see through their weakened hands and feet.
A few days ago, when the Wuhan pneumonia was raging, China still sent military planes to harass Taiwan many times on February 9, 10, and 28, which may be related to the above factors. If the Wuhan pneumonia epidemic continues for more than half a year, or begins to become an epidemic that recurs every year, we cannot respond with the current temporary measures, and its long-term impact on national security must be taken into account. Since U.S. troops stationed in East Asia are the key to peacekeeping in the Taiwan Strait, we must pay close attention to any variables that may cause the capability of U.S. troops stationed abroad, and think about what actions must be taken to alleviate this unfavorable situation, and even consider how this will contribute to the development of Taiwan and the United States. security cooperation, what opportunities can it provide!