Special Commentary: Monterey Talks – Biden Administration Needs Strategic Clarity in the Face of Its Enforced Gaps in Taiwan’s Defense
As the Biden Administration directs Taiwan to procure weapons to deal with only a single contingency — a D-Day style attack on the island — the U.S. government must accompany this direction with strategic clarity over the role the U.S. military will play in filling the gaps American policy will now create.
USTBC today welcomed the announcement of a possible FMS for spare parts, logistics support, and other items for Taiwan Navy sustainment
USTBC and Project 2049 release a joint report examining vulnerabilities in the semiconductor supply chain, focusing on Taiwan as a crucial partner for the U.S. on semiconductors
Press Release: New Report Examines Taiwan’s Critical Role in the Semiconductor Supply Chain
USTBC today welcomed the new “U.S.-Taiwan Initiative on 21st-Century Trade” announced by USTR, and hoped it could lead to negotiations on a U.S.-Taiwan Bilateral Trade Agreement (BTA)
The U.S. no longer supports arms sales for Taiwan outside “asymmetric” defense. USTBC worked with our colleagues at AmCham Taiwan to respond to the new Taiwan arms sales policy