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NewsDesk The US Navy’s USS Gabrielle Giffords littoral battleship fires an NSM missile, a long-range missile capable of accurately striking enemy ships – Photo: US Navy The Indo-Pacific region earlier this week caught people’s attention with a statement by Lt. General Hua Ky Luong, Vice President of China’s Central Military Commission. Hence, General Hua hinted that a war between the US and China was inevitable, forcing Beijing to increase its defense spending. The remarks came just a day after China’s Defense Ministry publicly stated that a 6.8% increase in defense spending by 2021 was in preparation for the United States’“fight...