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U.S. lawmaker urges better intelligence sharing with Taiwan

House Asia subcommittee's Chabot says Biden fails to match rhetoric with resources

U.S. Rep. Steve Chabot speaks during a House Judiciary Committee hearing in 2019.   © Reuters

WASHINGTON -- The American and Taiwanese militaries should ramp up sharing of tactical intelligence to better prepare for the threat of a potential Chinese invasion of the island, said U.S. Rep. Steve Chabot, a leading figure in recent congressional efforts to turn the White House's foreign policy focus more toward Asia.

In an online interview with Nikkei on Wednesday, Chabot called for more funding and diplomatic resources to be put toward the Indo-Pacific. "The Biden administration is saying the right things, but their actions have not lived up to what they said," he argued.

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