◎ President Trump has assembled and enabled a national security team that is focused on China’s existential threat to America’s core interests and is attuned to engage it on the information and values front.
◎ The communist system is unfit to govern the Chinese people—the first and most aggrieved victims—but only they have the ability and the right to change it.
◎ Taiwan’s can-do spirit has enabled it to stay healthy and safe without having to close down its economy during the coronavirus epidemic.
◎ Kissinger instructs U.S. officials not to neglect “the urgent task of launching a parallel enterprise for the transition to the post-coronavirus order.”
◎ An immediate China-centric crisis should not distract the international community from other dangerous situations created by Beijing’s communist government.
◎ There long have been more than sufficient moral and security reasons to press for major political reform in China.
◎ While the gyrations of U.S.-China relations may seem unpredictable sometimes, the Trump administration clearly recognizes the unprecedented existential threat that Communist China poses to American values and interests.
◎ Trump could strike a decisive blow for political reform in both China and North Korea by seizing on the building congressional momentum on human rights.
◎ Trump should demonstrate the same vision of the national interest with China as he has displayed on Iran.
◎ The threats to global security go beyond those from the major “revisionist” powers.
◎ Washington’s view of its security partnership with Taiwan has evolved.