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Found this over on Brant G's Grognews site. Thought it may be of interest. …Continue
Started by Pete Maidhof. Last reply by Michael Pavek Sep 8, 2013.
Hi, I am a brand new member who joined specifically to post this comment. I'm fascinated by the China-Taiwan-US dynamic, and have been an avid boardgamer all my life. I'm about to preorder Next War:Taiwan, in fact, and will use that as the basis for a novel I've been meaning to write for some time now.
Sadly, I read that NW:T will not hit productions until 500 people preorder. But I would be delighted beyond words to test play the game, and write up a few "after action reports" of how the gameplay went. I can also pay for whatever you are able to send my way.
Something providing strategic context for the cross-strait situation from way back when--not quite as outdated as might first appear: China%20Strategic%20Assessment%20Feb%2006.pdf
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