TAIWAN CRISIS: A STRATEGIC ANALYSIS AMID THE US-CHINA TENSION
Taiwan and the United States have had a good relationship for many years, but this warm relationship has created new tensions with China, posing a new challenge to global peace. Among the debates and questions that arose because of this issue's implications, the United States' position in this political contestation became the tensest. Since the escalation of tensions between China and Taiwan, the US has kept the situation ambiguous by maintaining diplomatic relations with China while also developing non-diplomatic relations with Taiwan. On the one hand, the US strategy has succeeded in maintaining the status quo for the time being, but the rest of the world has begun to question the entire situation. "Until this issue causes a stalemate" However, some experts believe that maintaining the status quo is not a bad alternative for keeping the peace. By analyzing the historical context, explaining each state relationship, and comparing the multiple scenarios, this article aims to demonstrate that maintaining the status quo is the most visible way to protect peace and stability in the East Asia region.
China, Taiwan, the United States of America, Geopolitics, Regional Status Quo