Taiwan’s government is juggling competing high-profile visits from the U.S. in a busy week of diplomacy as Washington sends a delegation to democratically run Taipei just before a trip by former Secretary of State Michael Pompeo.
President Tsai Ing-wen met a bipartisan group including former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Michael Mullen and ex-Undersecretary of Defense for Policy Michele Flournoy at the Presidential Office on Wednesday, a U.S. display of support amid growing pressure from an increasingly assertive China and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
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