Satellite images show a complex of around two dozen buildings on the border.
“Remember,” a Chinese soldier told a reporter nosing around a remote spot in eastern Tajikistan. “You never saw us here.”
The cat’s out of the bag now.
A front-page story on the Washington Post on February 19 has confirmed long-held suspicions about the Chinese military presence in the desolate quadrant where the borders of Tajikistan, China and Afghanistan intersect.
If it was previously suspected the deployment might be a small affair, however, the…