U.S. Claps Back at CCP, Makes Major Adjustments Toward Taiwan | Epoch News | China Insider

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On August 31, David Stilwell, the assistant secretary of State for the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, announced a significant adjustment to the U.S. policy toward Taiwan. He also reiterated the U.S. stance on the "One-China" policy, emphasizing that the U.S. has no position on Taiwan sovereignty.

David Stilwell attended a seminar hosted by The Heritage Foundation in which he indicated that the U.S. will follow the Taiwan Relations Act of 1979, the three joint communiques between Washington and Beijing, and the Six Assurances provided by President Reagan to Taipei in 1982 as the guidelines for the U.S. policy toward Taiwan. These significant adjustments are still well within the boundaries of the one-China policy of the U.S.

Stilwell recognized Taiwan’s great success in battling against the CCP virus and also recognized the fact that Taiwan is the "critical node in global high-tech trade flows and U.S. technology supply chains, including for semiconductors and smart machinery." He indicated that the U.S. looks forward to working with "trusted partners like Taiwan" and will "ensure that next-generation technologies, data, and intellectual property are protected from theft and manipulation by malign actors."


German Foreign Minister: E.U. Wants Respect for Hongkonger's Rights

On September 1, Germany’s foreign minister told his Chinese counterpart that the European Union remains concerned about the Hong Kong national security law and wants Hongkongers’ rights promised in the Basic Law to be respected.

The Basic Law refers to Hong Kong’s mini-constitution, drafted upon the city’s transfer of sovereignty from Britain to China. The document guarantees Hong Kong’s autonomy and freedoms not enjoyed in mainland China.

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas made the remarks during talks with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, who was visiting Berlin amid local protests over the Chinese regime’s human rights abuses not only in Hong Kong but also in Xinjiang and other parts of the country.

Beijing enacted a national security law, which went into effect on June 30, criminalizing any acts Beijing determines to be subversion, secession, and collusion with foreign forces, with a maximum penalty of life imprisonment.

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