U.S. “Strategic Clarity” toward Taiwan

Right now, the world is still rocked by the aftermath of the U.S. withdrawal of forces from Afghanistan and its impact on the credibility of U.S. commitment to Taiwan and other allies.

Although the United States is required by the 1979 Taiwan Relations Act and the 1982 Six Assurances to ensure Taiwan’s sufficient self-defense capability, the U.S. has long been mired in a policy of “Strategic Ambiguity” on whether it would actually intervene militarily to protect Taiwan against Chinese invasion.

As China continues to strengthen its military capabilities and increase threats toward Taiwan, we believe the time is NOW for the U.S. to replace outdated “Strategic Ambiguity” with “Strategic Clarity” to sufficiently deter China’s aggression toward Taiwan and in the region.

There should be zero doubt for Beijing and the rest of the world about U.S. commitment to keep democratic Taiwan free and independent.

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Right now, the world is still rocked by the aftermath of the U.S. withdrawal of forces from Afghanistan and its impact on the credibility of U.S. commitment to Taiwan and other allies.

Although the United States is required by the 1979 Taiwan Relations Act and the 1982 Six Assurances to ensure Taiwan’s sufficient self-defense capability, the U.S. has long been mired in a policy of “Strategic Ambiguity” on whether it would actually intervene militarily to protect Taiwan against Chinese invasion.

As China continues to strengthen its military capabilities and increase threats toward Taiwan, we believe the time is NOW for the U.S. to replace outdated “Strategic Ambiguity” with “Strategic Clarity” to sufficiently deter China’s aggression toward Taiwan and in the region.

There should be zero doubt for Beijing and the rest of the world about U.S. commitment to keep democratic Taiwan free and independent.

How can you help: Write an Email to Your Members of Congress

It is easy and can be done in 3 minutes!

  1. Fill in the form below and click the “Take Action” button.
  2. You will see the names of your Members of Congress and draft email templates. Feel free to edit it.
  3. We strongly encourage you to customize the email by adding your Congress Member’s names to the first line and sign your name at the end of the email.
  4. Click the “Send Email” button, and our system will send the emails to your Member’s congressional offices 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. 

■ Photo by Mohammad Rahmani on Unsplash

This Post Has One Comment

  1. Michael S Chen

    For US, a clear “One China, One Taiwan Policy” should replace the current ambiguous “One China” Policy.

    And, the US should should urge Taiwan to adpot a clear new name such as “Republic of Taiwan” and establish an new consitution to replace the old ROC and its consititution.

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