Helicopters with Taiwanese flags during National Day celebrations in Taipei on October 10. A Washington think tank contends that the next US administration should strengthen military and economic ties with Taiwan. Photo: AP Helicopters with Taiwanese flags during National Day celebrations in Taipei on October 10. A Washington think tank contends that the next US administration should strengthen military and economic ties with Taiwan. Photo: AP
Helicopters with Taiwanese flags during National Day celebrations in Taipei on October 10. A Washington think tank contends that the next US administration should strengthen military and economic ties with Taiwan. Photo: AP
Taiwan

US urged to strengthen military and economic ties with Taiwan by a prominent think tank

  • Centre for Strategic and International Studies contends that distrust of China across the US political spectrum will make policy advances easier
  • If Joe Biden becomes president, his administration’s support for Taiwan could wane while seeking Beijing’s cooperation on other priorities, analysts said

Topic |   Taiwan
Helicopters with Taiwanese flags during National Day celebrations in Taipei on October 10. A Washington think tank contends that the next US administration should strengthen military and economic ties with Taiwan. Photo: AP Helicopters with Taiwanese flags during National Day celebrations in Taipei on October 10. A Washington think tank contends that the next US administration should strengthen military and economic ties with Taiwan. Photo: AP
Helicopters with Taiwanese flags during National Day celebrations in Taipei on October 10. A Washington think tank contends that the next US administration should strengthen military and economic ties with Taiwan. Photo: AP
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