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Taiwan Invasion Prevention Act
A bill to authorize the President to use military force for the purpose of securing and defending Taiwan against armed attack, and for other purposes.
Taiwan Invasion Prevention Act This bill authorizes the President to use the Armed Forces to defend Taiwan against a direct attack by China's military, a taking of Taiwan's territory by China, or a threat that endangers the lives of civilians in Taiwan or members of Taiwan's military. The bill also directs the Department of Defense to convene an annual regional security dialogue with Taiwan and other partners to improve U.S. security relationships with countries in the Western Pacific. (Taiwan is self-governing, but China considers it a renegade province.)
- Not enactedThe President has not signed this bill
- The house has not voted
- The senate has not votedIntroducedSeptember 17th, 2020