Former US high ranking officer Marines the Marines in Taiwan to risk a Chinese baseline

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 Former US high ranking officer Marines the Marines in Taiwan to risk a Chinese baseline


Data map: Yang Sudi The United States Marines will be stationed in Taiwan! a number of Taiwan media reported a message on the 23 day, stimulating the very sensitive situation in the Taiwan Strait. The explosion was Yang Sudi, a former director of the AIT Taipei office in the United States, who told the Taiwan media that the new AIT Pavilion, which was to be launched in June, was likely to be in the US Marine Corps in charge of the security work of the US Marines. Yang Sudi, in Taiwans Pro Green freedom times in Taiwan, published an article on the AIT new pavilion in twenty-first Century, to the US Taiwan Relations in twenty-first Century, and said that the new Taipei office will be formally completed in June 12th. As an informal promoter of the plan, he wants to share some personal ideas. First, he looked back at AITs search for the new site, and then he wrote that, from the beginning, he decided to ensure that the AIT new pavilion would be sent to a contingent by the US Marine Corps embassy to maintain safety. In the process, the Assistant Secretary for defense, Ge Rui, was a great help to ensure that the Department of defense was in great support. The presence of the Marine Corps in the new library ensured the idea of incorporating the marine family into the design of the new library. Yang Sudi said, as far as I know, the Nehu new hall will be headed by the elite troops of the United States. If it werent for the Marine Corps, who else would be stationed in the new Marine Corps? AITs status in Taiwan is self-evident, and Taiwans former president Chen Shuibian once said he was at the mercy of AIT. Yang Sudi served as director of AIT Taipei office from 2006 to 2009, and served as Consul General of Hongkong and Macao from 2010 to 2013. His article is obviously not just some personal opinions. Central News Agency said, after the disconnection between the Taipei office, the office of the office of the United States was stationed without the United States Navy, and the United States has repeatedly stressed the unofficial relationship maintained by the United States in Taiwan and the non-profit private institution in the Taiwan Association. T is regarded as a foreign embassies and consulates, which has a significant symbolic significance to the US Taiwan relations. VOA said that this new development will undoubtedly further anger mainland China when relations between Mainland China and Taiwan and the United States seem to be more intense. AIT has more than 450 people, under the authorization of the State Council, to engage in various kinds of work related to the interests of the United States, such as visas, business contacts and so on. AIT said on its official website that the agency is a non-profit non-governmental organization. Although the United States has military personnel in Taipei office, but these military officers do not wear military uniforms. In an interview with the global times, Jin Yi, a scholar of the China Academy of Social Sciences, said in an interview with the Global Times reporter that, in fact, Yang Su Di had released similar news more than once, but the person was not a current official, and the speech theory did not represent the official will, and the US State Council had repeatedly shown that the US side had no plans for it. Of course, there is no wind and no waves. There must be hawk planning behind this. At present, the US is stationed in the Marine Corps only in embassies and consulates abroad, so if it really sends troops into the AIT, it will be a very serious matter of provocation. Before the Chinese mainland had kept a considerable restraint on the US arms sale to Taiwan, but if this happened, China would not be able to sit down, and its response would not only be strongly protested orally. If the Marines enter AIT, it can be regarded as an emphasis on Taiwan, the Taiwan Central News Agency quoted a scholars analysis that the question has been discussed for a long time. It is possible for the US Marine Corps to serve as a embassy guard, but it is unlikely to carry heavy equipment or large troops. According to the introduction, the AIT new pavilion is initially divided into three layers from inside to outside. The Marine Corps may be responsible for the confidential core building, the other areas are responsible for the security personnel, and the part inside and outside the library is recruited in Taiwan to serve as a security guard from the armys retired elite. As for the question of if the US Marines come to the stage, it is possible to be on duty, the Taiwan scholar said that because the Marines were responsible for the inner core of the AIT building, the outside world could not see the internal situation, so there was no wear out of the uniform. For the United States, the move is a strategy of attack and retreat. [Global Times correspondent in Taipei Cui Mingxuan Global Times reporter Bai Yunyi] source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Yao Wenguang _NN1682 If the Marines enter AIT, it can be regarded as an emphasis on Taiwan, the Taiwan Central News Agency quoted a scholars analysis that the question has been discussed for a long time. It is possible for the US Marine Corps to serve as a embassy guard, but it is unlikely to carry heavy equipment or large troops. According to the introduction, the AIT new pavilion is initially divided into three layers from inside to outside. The Marine Corps may be responsible for the confidential core building, the other areas are responsible for the security personnel, and the part inside and outside the library is recruited in Taiwan to serve as a security guard from the armys retired elite. As for the question of if the US Marines come to the stage, it is possible to be on duty, the Taiwan scholar said that because the Marines were responsible for the inner core of the AIT building, the outside world could not see the internal situation, so there was no wear out of the uniform. For the United States, the move is a strategy of attack and retreat. [Global Times special correspondent in Taipei Cui Mingxuan Global Times reporter Bai Yunyi