The US think tank Warchest concluded that the Taiwan chip would trigger a sino-US and even a world war

2022-06-03 0 By

The Center for a New American Security, a Washington-based think tank, recently conducted a military confrontation between China and the United States if three chip foundries in Taiwan suddenly shut down, bringing the global economy to a standstill and pointing to “cyberattacks by the Chinese mainland.”According to the New York Times, the study illustrates the extent of the world’s dependence on Taiwanese chips and how that dependence has drawn the United States and China into conflicts.Coincidentally, The Italian political media “Start magazine” also recently published a report that Taiwan is poised to become a trigger for a sino-US war or even a world war, and the Taiwan chip supply chain is the key.The article, titled “Will U.S. Troops Die for Taiwan?”Reports of naked location, Taiwan chip play an important role in the United States military industry, can provide key to use the military system, and some chips used in high-end systems must be tailored, such as from a helicopter to F – 35 fighter, or attack from missile system to the naval and air control system etc., without Taiwan chip supply, American troops will not be able to use the most advanced weapons,This helps ensure that the United States does not want Taiwan to be attacked by force.The topic of Chips in Taiwan, China, has been frequently hyped in recent years, but most of them stay at the level of science and technology war, that is, “war without smoke of gunpowder”.Now, it is quite rare for western media and think tanks to elevate it directly to the level of “hot war” or even to the current crisis in Ukraine.James Rather, a former CIA analyst and co-author of the Center for a New American Security report, said U.S. policy toward Taiwan has long focused on strengthening the island’s defense capabilities while remaining strategically vague about whether it would intervene in a conflict over the island.But Taiwan and its chips are far more important to the U.S. economy than Ukraine, making it harder for the U.S. to stay out of a conflict involving Taiwan.However, many EXPERTS and scholars in the US do not believe that China and the US will be involved in a chip war, and even think it is exaggerated.Had served as senior adviser to China issue in America’s defence secretary, office of the scholar Lin Biying said that China will be subject to the threat of its sovereignty and expected cumulative international pressure, what compulsory measures decided to Taiwan, “China will not be their Taiwan policy, or any of Taiwan’s decision to build on a chip.”Qiffy carefully read the report of the center for a New American Security on military maneuverings, and found a small “clue”.The report comes as Congress works to strengthen legislation to increase domestic chip production in the United States.One of the report’s key recommendations is that the global supply chain for computer chips should be diversified.President Joe Biden last week specifically urged Congress to pass those bills and pledged to work to bring chips back to U.S. production.”Despite our leadership in chip design and research, today we only make 10 percent of computer chips, and we don’t have the capacity to make the most advanced chips yet,” Biden said.Today 75% of production is in East Asia and 90% of the most advanced chips are made in Taiwan.Mainland China is doing everything they can to dominate the global market so they can try to outcompete us and have many applications, including military applications.”And “center for a new American security,” the soldier pushed the report also said “just right” to predict, China could use the so-called “economic coercion”, network operation and mix tactics to try to seize or damage Taiwan’s chip industry, in the face of China may threaten chip supply pressure tactics, the United States must have the ability to identify and more counter.The American scholar who designed and led the exercise said it would be difficult to counter China’s pressure points, especially if the United States and Taiwan disagreed on the best strategy. The United States might want to bring chip engineers to the United States for protection, for example, but Taiwan would refuse to let the brain drain.It is therefore vital for the international community to persuade Taiwan that its defence strategy must be internationalised.”The long-term strategy must be to diversify chip production outside Taiwan in return for enhanced security on the island.”I wonder if you can understand the meandering words quoted by Qifei.It simply translates as “Taiwan has chips and China wants to grab them;Taiwan wants to be safe, chip to THE United States.In fact, TSMC, the world’s leading chipmaker, has invested $12 billion to build a factory in the United States, and the United States forced TSMC to hand over its core trade secrets last year. But the United States clearly wants to do more than that. It wants a full-scale “technology plunder and industrial deprivation” on Taiwan.Earlier, the United States has made various coerced, even the TSMC listed as “dangerous risk”, but the effect is not satisfied, now had to sacrifice the “ultimate weapon” – war threats: if Taiwan’s chip industry didn’t move to the United States, then the war could come at any time, the United States is willing to “for Taiwan” a fight, you don’t stand on Taiwan.Of course, Qifei thought, Taiwan could not stand it.The only viable solution is to return to the motherland. Only in this way, Taiwan’s industries will not be deprived, its technology will not be looted, and its interests will be guaranteed.Then, if the United States still has the wrong idea, it will be greeted with a shotgun!