Therefore, the Commitment Here Is More Likely to Refer to the "Strategic Ambiguity" of the United States' Arms Sales to Taiwan and the Maintenance of Stability in the Taiwan Strait Under the "Taiwan Relations Act". in Fact, Biden Immediately Mentioned the One-China Policy, Adding: "It Is Inappropriate to Use Force to Acquire (Taiwan), and It May Lead to a Situation Similar to Ukraine." It Can Be Seen That "This Time" Biden's Discussion Is Basically It's Still Strategic Ambiguity, but Most People Don't Clearly Understand the Context of the Current Question and Answer. as Mentioned at the Beginning, We Cannot
Make a Major Policy Change, but We Cannot Deny That the Past Strategic Ambiguity Has Not Changed. for Example, in August 2021, Biden Mentioned the Sacred Commitment to the "Collective Defense" of Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty, and Said That This executive list Commitment "Is the Same for Japan, South Korea and Taiwan" (We Made a Sacred Commitment to Article 5 That If in Fact Anyone Were to Invade or Take Action Against Our Nato Allies, We Would Respond. Same with Japan, Same with South Korea, Same with – Taiwan). Although the White House Still Stated That Its Policy Towards Taiwan Has Not Changed After the Fact, It Is Hard to Imagine That Biden Would Make Such a Mistake When He Has the Concept of "Collective Defense" and the Perception That "
The United States Has Signed a Military Treaty with Japan and South Korea, but Taiwan Has Not." in Other Words, the Content of Biden's Talk May Be Intentional, It May Be Deliberately Sing-Along with the White House and State Department Bureaucrats to Release the Signal, or He May Just Bring Out the Things That Are Usually Discussed in the Decision-Making Circle (So After I Talked About It, I Said That the Policy Has Not Changed). All in All, in the Face of It, We Must Continue to Carefully Observe Its Attitude, Rather Than Draw Conclusions from a Single Event. Ap22144106896391 Photo Credit: Ap / Dazhi Image Biden Speaks at Quad Summit Strategic Ambiguity or Clarity Is Not the Point -