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A Chinese attack on Taiwan is not imminent, but the US is watching "very closely," U.S. General Mark Milley told the BBC.

China is clearly developing the capability to attack at some point, but deciding to do so would be a political choice, Gen Mark Milley told the BBC.

Recently, there has been a noticeable escalation between China and the United States - Taiwan's most powerful ally.

China is sending dozens of warplanes into Taiwan's air defense zone, and the US is sending warships into Taiwan's waters.

In May, US President Joe Biden said China was "flirting with danger" by flying its warplanes near Taiwan.

Beijing responded by accusing the US of interfering in China's affairs, adding that the country would not hesitate to fight to prevent Taiwan from formally declaring independence.

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