Will Biden’s remarks on ‘defending Taiwan’ further escalate tensions?

Will biden's remarks on 'defending taiwan' further escalate tensions?

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U.S. President Joe Biden has further provoked China by promising a U.S. military response if China were to “invade Taiwan.” The statement has been heavily opposed by Beijing, with officials warning Washington to not send the “wrong signals” to Taiwan separatists. CGTN’s Xie Hongzhou examines how Biden’s remarks are further fueling an already tense situation in the Taiwan Straits.

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