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Tensions rising in the Asian Pacific region.
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China Opens a New Window. has expressed deep concerns over a U.S. Navy warship sailing through the Taiwan Strait after Beijing warned that it was ready for war if Taiwan moved towards independence.
Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer told FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo Opens a New Window. the most important story continues to be the underlying U.S.- China relationship despite the provocations in the Asian Pacific area. However, he notes there's a link between the U.S. and China resuming trade talks next week in Shanghai and the recent tension in the region
The thing that China is most upset with the United States right now is that we have functionally threatened to shut down Huawei, and we’ve put measures against them. The big technology firm,” he said on Wednesday.
China warned, in a national defense white paper, that it could use force against anyone who intervenes in its efforts to reunify Taiwan. The ruling Communist Party considers Taiwan part of China, though the democratically governed island split from the mainland amid civil war in 1949.
"If anyone dares to separate Taiwan from China, the Chinese army will certainly fight, resolutely defending the country's sovereign unity and territorial integrity," Defense Ministry spokesman Wu Qian said Wednesday during a briefing on the white paper.
“Taiwan is critical because if you look at China’s semi-conductor production, it’s virtually nil, 90 percent of their semi-conductors they are importing from other places including critically Taiwan,” Bremmer said.
Taiwan is among a growing number of flashpoints in the U.S.-China relationship, which include a trade war Opens a New Window. , U.S. sanctions and China’s increasingly muscular military posture in the South China Sea, where the United States also conducts freedom-of-navigation patrols.