Chinese observers say remarks by Kurt Campbell, the White House’s coordinator for the Indo-Pacific, are in line with the official position the US has taken on Taiwan since 1979. Photo: EPA-EFE Chinese observers say remarks by Kurt Campbell, the White House’s coordinator for the Indo-Pacific, are in line with the official position the US has taken on Taiwan since 1979. Photo: EPA-EFE
Chinese observers say remarks by Kurt Campbell, the White House’s coordinator for the Indo-Pacific, are in line with the official position the US has taken on Taiwan since 1979. Photo: EPA-EFE

US draws clear line on Taiwan independence but China will still have cause to worry: analysts

  • Indo-Pacific coordinator Kurt Campbell says the US supported a ‘strong unofficial relationship’ with Taiwan but not independence
  • Chinese analyst says it’s not what Washington says about its relationship with Taiwan, but the way they say it

Topic |   US-China relations
Chinese observers say remarks by Kurt Campbell, the White House’s coordinator for the Indo-Pacific, are in line with the official position the US has taken on Taiwan since 1979. Photo: EPA-EFE Chinese observers say remarks by Kurt Campbell, the White House’s coordinator for the Indo-Pacific, are in line with the official position the US has taken on Taiwan since 1979. Photo: EPA-EFE
Chinese observers say remarks by Kurt Campbell, the White House’s coordinator for the Indo-Pacific, are in line with the official position the US has taken on Taiwan since 1979. Photo: EPA-EFE
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