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U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping are set to meet at the historic Filoli estate in San Francisco for in-depth talks on bilateral trade, nuclear weapons, and AI.
Chinese officials and state media insist that U.S. President Joe Biden has made a series of promises to China’s Xi Jinping, which ought to guide official U.S. conduct toward China.
From China’s point of view, President Yoon Suk Yeol is expanding South Korea’s military reach — or seems to be — into the Taiwan Strait, experts say.
Yoon could be using the issue to send a tough message to North Korea, but it could be counterproductive, analysts say.
A survey in 2022 showed that simply informing citizens in Taiwan that the U.S. would come to help them in a war created a significant boost in their willingness to defend themselves.
The U.S. should focus more on the 1979 Taiwan Relations Act and the 1982 Six Assurances rather than the U.S.-PRC Three Joint Communiques — the basis of the U.S. One China Policy.
“There’s been no official contact between Taiwan and China for quite some time. If the United States is able to talk to the Chinese side some of the concerns on the Taiwanese side, that will be very helpful to Taiwan as well.”