Trump Expected to Sign Pro-Taiwan Bill, Over Beijing’s Objections
Unanimously passed by Congress, bill would encourage visits by high-level officials
By Paul Huang
March 5, 2018
“Nothing in U.S. or international law currently prevents U.S. officials from meeting with Taiwanese government officials,” writes Julian Ku, a constitutional law professor at the Hofstra University School of Law, in his blog. “But the U.S. government avoids such meetings out of deference to China — considering the Chinese perspective that such meetings would contradict U.S. recognition of the PRC as the sole legitimate government of China.”
Read the full article on the Epoch Times website.
Read Professor Ku’s full post on the Lawfare blog.