US ARMS SALES TO TAIWAN ONLY WORSEN CROSS-STRAITS RELATIONS

AS A RESULT, THE ARMS SALES ARE ANYTHING BUT A MOVE TO STABILIZE THE SITUATION ACROSS THE TAIWAN STRAITS.

THE BEST CHOICE FOR THE US IS TO STAY AWAY FROM TAIWAN AFFAIRS.

Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen and other secessionists on the island may feel exhilarated about the US State Department on Monday approving the potential sale to Taiwan of $2.2 billion in arms, considering the move to be a sign...

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