By Luca Cacciatore
A debate is ongoing on Capitol Hill over whether to preemptively authorize President Joe Biden to use military force in defense of Taiwan in the event of a Chinese invasion, according to Politico.
The strategic ambiguity doctrine detailed in the 1979 Taiwan Relations Act stipulates that the U.S. is ”noncommittal” about whether it would defend Taiwan from an attack or invasion by China. Some, however, would like to see this doctrine revisited.
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