Scholar: U.S.-China rapprochement allows cross-strait ‘reopening’, I should ‘avoid hostility of 1.4 billion people’

 Scholar: U.S.-China rapprochement allows cross-strait ‘reopening’, I should ‘avoid hostility of 1.4 billion people’

The United States has been inaugurated by Joe Biden as president of the United States. Former NSC advisory board member and professor emeritus of the East Asia Institute at National Chengchi University, Qiu Kunxuan, said today that Biden still regards China as his most serious competitor, but emphasizes coexistence and cooperation under competition. He believes that Biden’s presence in Taiwan is a “new opportunity” for the two sides of the Taiwan Strait, and that Taiwan should seize this opportunity and improve the cross-strait atmosphere; not to adopt discriminatory propaganda and acts against the Chinese mainland, causing the 1.4 billion mainland people to be hostile to me, “otherwise this is our biggest threat.★Get the scoop on the hot topicsThe National Policy Research Foundation, a think tank of the Kuomintang, held a seminar on “Changes and Unchanges in U.S. Cross-Strait Policy” in 22, hosted by the convener of the National Security Group, Lin Yu-fang, and moderated by Qiu Kun-hsien, Professor Lu Hsin-chang of the Department of National Enterprise of National Taiwan University, and Professor He Si-in of the Tamkang Institute of Strategic Studies. Lin said he did not think that the Biden administration would only give priority to domestic affairs and delay foreign affairs after taking office, but would handle both foreign and domestic affairs.
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