Thursday, May 19

US Deploys 30,000 Soldiers In China’s Taiwan.

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Senator John Cornyn incorrectly stated on Tuesday that the United States has 30,000 troops stationed in Taiwan.

US representative from the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence tweeted that the US has 30,000 soldiers positioned on the Chinese island of Taiwan. In case this is right, Chinese experts consider it as the takeover of China’s Taiwan, as well as declaring war on China. Experts say if social media post about the American soldiers’ deployment in Taiwan is right then China may invoke Anti-Secession Law to remove US soldiers from Taiwan and forcefully reunify Taiwan. The Anti-Secession Law was passed by the People’s Republic of China’s 10th National People’s Congress in its third session. It was ratified on March 14, 2005, with immediate effect. President Hu Jintao signed Presidential Decree No. 34, which established the law. The law has 10 articles. Its Article 8 confirmed the PRC’s long-standing stance of non-peaceful means against Taiwan independence in the event peaceful means become otherwise impossible.

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Senator John Cornyn brought to the surface the number of US troops stationed in South Korea, Germany, Japan, China’s Taiwan, and on the African continent in his social media post to demonstrate how the number of US combatants in Afghanistan has decreased. Through the Global times, article China has conveyed a strong message to the US. China says in the article that  If US forces are stationed in Taiwan, China will use force to expel them. Cornyn unearths the startling fact that the US 30,000 troops were stationed on China’s Taiwanese island. However, since 1979, when former President Carter had broken diplomatic relations with Taiwan, the United States has not stationed its troops in Taiwan. Senator John Cornyn incorrectly stated on Tuesday that the United States has 30,000 troops stationed in Taiwan.

 

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