Taiwan’s internet relies on undersea cables that also connect much of Asia to the web, but tensions with Beijing have raised concerns about the network’s vulnerability. WSJ maps out how China could limit the island’s communications, and how Taipei is preparing. Illustration: Adam Adada
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