Growing Calls for Biden to End Strategic Ambiguity

More are calling on the Biden administration to make one point clear that the U.S. would defend Taiwan if China invades.

In an interview with Just The News, Congressman Mike Lawler said the U.S. needs to be much more clear about where it stands and that strategic ambiguity, in his opinion, is not working.

Washington’s approach toward the Taiwan issue is called Strategic ambiguity. The U.S. has never promised to defend Taiwan in case of a Beijing invasion, but it’s also never denied it would step in.

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