Trump’s unfounded accusations against China are careless and detrimental to both sides.
With the U.S. paralyzed by the pandemic, the question of whether it would come to Taiwan’s aid should China attack is even more open to debate.
The passage of this law has brought about optimism and confidence in U.S.-Taiwan relations.
[T]he U.S. itself forged an official diplomatic relationship with the People’s Republic of China on the one-China principle 41 years ago. On what ground can it demand other countries not do the same?
Over the past few years, the U.S. has passed a host of pro-Taiwan bills and resolutions, giving a significant boost to the bilateral relationship.
While China continues to lie, propagandize, and spread fake news to try to ensure its continued grip on power, Taiwan is showing how a responsible and civilized democracy behaves in a crisis.
The coronavirus pandemic has clearly shown that Taiwan and China are separate entities.
The onslaught of the coronavirus is just one more disaster piled on another for people without health insurance.
This virus transcends borders and political positions, a fact the U.S. overlooked in its concern and political analysis of epidemic.
The formidable power of the trade war plus the virus should not be underestimated.