Wang Zhenming (I like to read historical books, especially war history, so I am a little involved in the military field. I hope to analyze some external challenges and national defense issues facing Taiwan from different perspectives of geostrategy and weapons and tactics) The U.S. presidential election is mired in vote counting disputes, and there is a high chance that it will enter a lengthy lawsuit. It is still uncertain who will qualify in the future.
Taiwan is far more concerned about the outcome of this election than other countries, because the US president will influence US China photo background removing policy, which may affect Taiwan's national defense and security. So what are the different propositions of Biden and Trump on the Indo-Pacific strategy? Will Taiwan's military development take a different direction? How should Taiwan respond to different election results? It is worthwhile to continue the vote counting controversy. When, think about it first. Generally speaking, Trump advocates unilateralism and puts the interests of the United States first, while Biden constantly emphasizes the importance of multilateralism and rebuilds relations with allies. To put it simply, Trump does not follow the security architecture established by the United States in the past, and believes that as long as it does not meet the current interests of the United States, it should be radically reformed.
The best example is that Trump, regardless of Germany's backlash, reduced the number of US troops stationed in Germany, and moved part of the vacated manpower to Poland, Bulgaria, Romania and other Eastern European countries to be deployed to contain Russia, and part to India. The Pacific region to strengthen the intimidation and resistance to China. Biden believes that he should consult with his allies, and it is not appropriate to recklessly destroy the long-term cooperative relationship of NATO. However, Biden himself also agreed that the United States should return to Asia, because this is an important foreign policy in the middle and late Obama administration. At that time, as vice president, Biden also participated in the formulation of this policy. While both Trump and Biden agree that America's leadership role in Asia should be strengthened, they are