Taiwan Relations Reinforcement Act (S.1054)

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S.1054 includes confirmation of AIT director by the Senate, Taiwan’s participation in international organizations, and pushes back against China’s influence operations

Bill Info

  • Sponsor: Sen. Rubio, Marco [R-FL] (Introduced 03/25/2021) 
  • Cosponsors: (1)
    Click HERE to view the full cosponsors list
  • Committees: Senate – Foreign Relations 
  • Latest Action: Senate – 03/25/2021 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations. (All Actions)

What does this bill do?

The bill’s main purpose is to strengthen U.S.-Taiwan relations through a series of measures, focusing on renewing institutions governing U.S.-Taiwan relations, countering China’s influence, and modernizing U.S. policy towards Taiwan.

S.1054 will change U.S. policy towards Taiwan by:

◼︎ Requiring American Institute in Taiwan’s director to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate while changing the position’s title to “Representative,”

◼︎ Transforming U.S.-Taiwan Relations for the 21st century by establishing an Interagency Taiwan Policy Task Force, the United States-Taiwan Cultural Exchange Foundation, and increasing invitation of high-level Taiwan officials to bilateral and multilateral summits, military exercises, and economic dialogues and forums,

◼︎ Aiding Taiwan’s efforts to participate the international community by supporting its meaningful participation in international organizations,

◼︎ Setting up measures to prohibit China’s undermining of U.S. policy towards Taiwan and to respond to China’s sharp power and United Front operations towards Taiwan,

◼︎ Setting up regular reports to Congress by appropriate cabinet secretaries on the implementation of Taiwan Travel Act and deterrence in the Taiwan Strait.

How can you help: Write an Email to Your Senators

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S.1054 includes confirmation of AIT director by the Senate, Taiwan’s participation in international organizations, and pushes back against China’s influence operations

Bill Info

  • Sponsor: Sen. Rubio, Marco [R-FL] (Introduced 03/25/2021) 
  • Cosponsors: (1)
    Click HERE to view the full cosponsors list
  • Committees: Senate – Foreign Relations 
  • Latest Action: Senate – 03/25/2021 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations. (All Actions)

What does this bill do?

The bill’s main purpose is to strengthen U.S.-Taiwan relations through a series of measures, focusing on renewing institutions governing U.S.-Taiwan relations, countering China’s influence, and modernizing U.S. policy towards Taiwan.

S.1054 will change U.S. policy towards Taiwan by:

◼︎ Requiring American Institute in Taiwan’s director to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate while changing the position’s title to “Representative,”

◼︎ Transforming U.S.-Taiwan Relations for the 21st century by establishing an Interagency Taiwan Policy Task Force, the United States-Taiwan Cultural Exchange Foundation, and increasing invitation of high-level Taiwan officials to bilateral and multilateral summits, military exercises, and economic dialogues and forums,

◼︎ Aiding Taiwan’s efforts to participate the international community by supporting its meaningful participation in international organizations,

◼︎ Setting up measures to prohibit China’s undermining of U.S. policy towards Taiwan and to respond to China’s sharp power and United Front operations towards Taiwan,

◼︎ Setting up regular reports to Congress by appropriate cabinet secretaries on the implementation of Taiwan Travel Act and deterrence in the Taiwan Strait.

How can you help: Write an Email to Your Senators

It is easy and can be done in 3 minutes!

  1. Fill in the form below.
  2. You will see your Senators’ names and a draft email template. Feel free to edit it.
  3. We strongly encourage you to customize the email by signing your name at the end of the email.
  4. Click the “Take Action” button, and our system will send the email to your Senators’ congressional office directly.

After sending the email, please share the information with your friends and family and invite them to join the campaign. We can make a change if we work together!

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to FAPA Project Coordinator Chihyun Huang at cy.huang@fapa.org.