Dear Mr. Vice President Al Gore,
Mrs. Madeleine Korbel Albright,
Freeman wrote that U.S. arms sales to Taiwan no longer "boost Taipei's confidence
that it can work out its differences with Beijing" and called for reduced arms sales
to Taiwan. He said Taiwan independence is likely to lead to war in the Taiwan Strait and
recommended the U.S. reconsider its arms sales policy to Taiwan.
It is very pity for Freeman fail to see clearly the components of the reunification
process. Cross-strait dialogue only depend on Taipei as an powerful partner in
Talks. That Freeman's approach would create insecurity in Taiwan, reward
Beijing's military intimidation and undermine Washington's regional strategy for promoting
democracy, peace and stability.
Let Beijing more relaxation for oppressing Taipei subsistence, can't make communist
China to be a democratic country. In the history of our would, only equal
power would dialogue with equal position.
From WWI to WWII, who spoke loudly?
We urge Washington to support greater international participation, and support its bid
for membership in the world trade organization.