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Why America’s next war may begin on a small tourist island

Guam, an island in the northern Pacific, is just 48km long and has a population of about 170,000. So why is it so important to America’s strategy to defend Taiwan from a potential Chinese invasion?

00:00 - Where is Guam?
00:13 - Why is it so important?
01:00 - What makes it vulnerable?

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