Fumio Kishida on May 23. at the Press Conference After the Meeting, Biden Was Asked , "If Taiwan Is Attacked in Any Way, Will You Be Willing to Intervene Militarily to Protect Taiwan?" His Answer Was "Yes, This Is the Promise We Made." This Has Caused Media Reports from Various Countries. Many TV Stations in the United States Have Begun to Discuss Taiwan Issues, Which Are Usually Not Well-Visible. the U.s. Will Intervene Militarily" and Other Headlines. However, Almost an Hour After Biden Finished Speaking, the White House Immediately Issued a Statement Saying That "Our One-China Policy Has Not Changed." Looking Back, This Is the Third Time That the White House and the State Department Have Come
Forward to Clarify Biden's "Commitment to Taiwan's Military Defense and Defense." While Everyone Is Confused, Perhaps We Should Look at This Series of Events from the Following Aspects. Has Strategic Ambiguity Changed? from Our Analysis in the Context of the Questions and Answers at the Time, We Cannot Infer from This Single Event That the executive list Strategic Ambiguity of the United States Has Changed. the Question at the Time Was, "For Some Obvious Reason You Don't Want to Get Involved Militarily in the Conflict in Ukraine, Would You Like to Get Involved Militarily in Defense of Taiwan If Taiwan Were to Be Attacked?" the Logical Focus of the Questioner's Question Should Be on the "Difference" of the Us Response to the Two Situations, That Is to Say, What She Wants to Ask Is "If You Only Provide Military Assistance in Ukraine for Some Reason and Do Not Send
Troops to the War, Then Would You Do This (Sending Troops to the War) Under the Conditions in Taiwan?” If Biden Had Understood the Core of the Question Now, He Should Have Hesitated to Answer, but He Quickly Answered "Yes. That's the Commitment We Made" (Yes. That's the Commitment We Made). Such a Quick Response May Be That He Didn't Realize What the Questioner Really Wanted to Ask. but the More Important Thing Should Be the Statement "This Is a Promise We Made", Because So Far the United States Has Not Publicly Made a Commitment to Taiwan to Send Troops to Help Defend Taiwan, and It Has Not Explained What Kind of Assistance the Defense Is.