The U.S. has several goals in selling weapons to Taiwan: to make money, maintain the influence of the United States on Taiwan, and contain China.
Facing the U.S. State Department’s approval of the sales of a package of weapons worth $2.22 billion to Taiwan on July 8, China expressed strong dissatisfaction and firm opposition.
The move of the U.S. has seriously violated the international law, the basic norms of international relations, the one-China [Read more]
[T]he results of this summit’s negotiations have only left the U.S.-China trade war temporarily teetering on the edge of a cliff.
[T]he U.S.-China trade dispute remains filled with uncertainty to which governments, enterprises and individuals must carefully respond.
[T]he confrontation between the U.S. and China has slowly spread to all levels of society, spiraling into a toxic situation.
[W]hen the U.S. and Chinese economies suffer, Taiwan’s exports will certainly decline.
The U.S. will still have its problems. To be competitive, it must remain open.