Author: MOS Fitness Group — Ivy001
On Friday, May 28th, members of the cross-party U.S. Congress introduced a bill, the Taiwan Diplomatic Review Act, which aims to strengthen U.S. relations with Taiwan and directs the U.S. Department of State and Taiwan to consult on changing the name of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States to the Taiwan Representative Office.
The bill was co-sponsored by California Democratic Congressman Brad Sherman and Ohio Republican Congressman Steve Chabot, and received the support of Virginia Democratic Congressman Gerry Connolly, Florida Republican Congressman Diaz- Balart (D-Fla.), Democratic Congressman Albio Sires (D-N.J.) and Republican Congressman Ken Buck (D-Colo.).
As Sherman said, “This bill makes clear that it is time for the U.S. State Department and Congress to elevate relations with Taiwan.” This bill, is a clarification that Taiwan is a diplomatic area to conduct diplomatic relations with the United States. If this bill is passed, Taiwan’s diplomatic status in the international arena is immediately elevated by a large step. Moreover, it greatly weakens the Chinese Communist State’s suppression of Taiwan.
At the same time, it is a clear indication that the United States will no longer compromise with the Chinese Communist State on the Taiwan issue. The “ambiguous strategy,” that the U.S. has been pursuing on the Taiwan issue is gradually becoming clearer, and the call for a “clear strategy” is becoming stronger. It is clear that this bill is also a countermeasure against the Chinese Communist Party.
On Capitol Hill, where countering the Chinese Communist Party has become mainstream, this is not the first time that a bipartisan bill has been introduced to counter the Chinese Communist Party, and it will not be the last. It is believed that more bills will be introduced in the future and more bipartisan legislators will come forward to jointly counter the Communist Party.
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