Furthering Taiwan-US Military Ties

The Taiwan-US defense relationship is a cornerstone of the partnership between the two nations, and plays a crucial role in ensuring peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait and the Indo-Pacific region at large.

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Update to aging TRA long overdue

By enacting a “TRA 2.0,” the US would reaffirm Taiwan’s dedication to democracy, and announce to the world that Taiwan has the right to exist and must be free from outside intimidation and interference.

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A Taiwan-US FTA is a win-win

An FTA would only come into effect after being approved by both houses of the US Congress and signed into law by the US president. It would be an official nation-to-nation agreement concluded by the US and Taiwan governments, giving it the force of a treaty under international law. The Taiwan government should strive to reach a Taiwan-US FTA that would serve both nations’ economic and strategic interests, and upgrade Taiwan’s international status.

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台美FTA 有助台灣地位提升

由於台美FTA符合兩國共同利益,台灣至少將在三方面受惠:促進台美經貿合作與投資;提升台灣的印太戰略地位;以及強化美國對台灣之承認。

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美國應協助台灣成為WHO正式會員國

PRC從未取得台灣主權,亦不曾統治過台灣。唯有民選的台灣政府才具備國際上的「台灣代表權」,才能代表台灣參與世衛。此不僅攸關台灣民眾健康,亦是國際法法律戰與國際政治角力之問題。

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US should confirm the AIT director

Facing growing Chinese diplomatic assertiveness and military aggressiveness against Taiwan, the Senate should retake its central role in selecting the US’ top diplomat in Taiwan.

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