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Taiwan and the China–US Relations

Nancy Pelosi’s visit highlights the contradictions of the United States’ arrangement with China over Taiwan.

Atul Bhardwaj writes:

The speaker of the United States (US) House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosis politically provocative visit to Taiwan and Beijings equally provocative military exercises in the waters surrounding Taiwan has further vitiated the SinoUS relations bringing the two big powers closer to war. The US recognises the Peoples Republic of China as the sole legal government of China while maintaining unofficial relations with Taiwan. The US Department of State is insisting that there is no change in its one China Policy, but Pelosis visit has once again highlighted the contradictions of Washingtons arrangement with China over Taiwan.

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Published On : 20th Jan, 2024

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