CHINA-TAIWAN: How America can protect Taiwan from China


-Dragon’s feud from this country of South China Sea after India
Taiwan is an independent nation with a population of 23 million, but China considers its share.
Trade was $ 7.5 billion between Taiwan-India in 2019, now reduced

By: pushpesh

Published: 19 Oct 2020, 12:07 AM IST

Jaipur. China is now losing its control over Taiwan, a country in the South China Sea amid a confrontation with India. On the other hand, Taiwan’s President Sai Ing Wen is confident of an agreement with the US for the security of the country four decades ago. But they are apprehensive of a possible power change in the US election. However, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien have warned China strongly.

The US and Taiwan have not had diplomatic relations for the last four decades. But the Taiwan Relations Act 1979 is responsible for its safety. For this reason, the Taiwanese ambassador to the US, Hisiao B. Khim, recently insisted that the United States should clear its intention towards Taiwan amid increasing threats from China. It is known that there has always been a confrontation between China and America regarding Taiwan. If China considers Taiwan a part of it and wishes to merge it with the People’s Republic of China, the US wants to preserve Taiwan’s independence. Recently, China aired Taiwan’s military exercises and the confession of a Taiwanese businessman caught spying on China. After this conflict, Hisiao said, “We are waiting for America’s stand.” However, this year the United States has warned China many times about Taiwan.

Biden’s concern for Taiwan
Last year, after the trade war, the distance between China and America was created and this year after the remarkable success in the epidemic, Taiwan made headlines all over the world. After this, when the two countries come close again, China is also turning a blind eye. Trump has signed a deal to sell arms with Taiwan. While Joe Biden wants a review of the relationship with Taiwan. While vice-president, Biden’s attitude towards China was moderate. In an article in 2001, Biden wrote that Taiwan’s support and use of force are separate subjects.

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