Pelosi Trip to Taiwan

The visit and the CCP’s reaction, with the Chinese Ambassador to France predicting that all Taiwanese will need “re-education,” may help the cause of human rights in China. But a follow-up is needed.

The visit to Taiwan by the Speaker of the US House, Nancy Pelosi, and her meeting with the Republic of China’s President, Tsai Ing-wen, on August 3, 2022, are still causing reactions and roars. China is outraged. It defined the trip a blatant and futile provocation, immediately started military drills in the region, interrupted any dialogue with the United Stated, threatened “serious consequences,” and even sanctioned Pelosi.

Read more at “After Pelosi’s Trip to Taiwan: Where Do We Go from Here?”

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