US-Taiwan Ties under Tsai Ing-wen Are at Their Best in Decades, but That May Not Be Enough to Prevent Diplomatic Isolation

Poster:Post date:2019-07-27
Region:(Taiwan),(Cross-Strait),(U.S.-Taiwan Relations)
Issue:(Taiwan’s Foreign Relations),(Cross-Strait Issues),(U.S.-Taiwan Relations)
(South China Morning Post, By Antonio C. Hsiang) Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen’s recent diplomatic trip from July 11 to 22 included two nights in the United States. Two days before Tsai’s departure, the United States showed support for its unofficial ally by tentatively approving arms sales worth US$2.2 billion to Taiwan. However, there are three reasons why Trump can hardly expect to save Taiwan from diplomatic isolation. <Accessed 2019-07-27>  
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