The Global Times, a Chinese state-run media outlet, claimed Biden's refusal to put troops in Ukraine signaled it wasn't confident it could win a war in Europe.
Taiwan officials confirmed the Biden administration arranged to send a delegation of high-ranking formal officials to Taipei shortly after Russia's invasion of Ukraine last week.
Currently, Taiwan is not recognized by most countries as a sovereign nation and China has warned the country to not seek formal independence.
For now, it is unclear if Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky can save his country, but it is entirely possible he has saved Taiwan—and indelibly changed the global dynamic.
A delegation of former U.S. officials sent to Taiwan by Joe Biden arrived on Tuesday, as China said its "will to defend national sovereignty is unwavering."
Vladimir Putin's choice to follow through on invasion threats has sparked discussions in Taiwan about Xi Jinping's intentions.
Some in the United States, including former President Donald Trump, believe China will be emboldened by Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Chinese embassy spokesperson Liu Pengyu told Newsweek that "Taiwan is an inalienable part of China's territory and there is only one China in the world."
Some officials are concerned a weak response to Russia could embolden China to take action against Taiwan.
Trump suggested that Chinese President Xi Jinping would follow the example of his "twin sister" Russian President Vladimir Putin by staging an invasion of Taiwan.
Only about 7 percent of those responding to a recent poll said that they felt China was highly likely to take advantage of the Ukraine crisis in order to launch an attack on Taiwan.
"We cannot simply use competition to define bilateral relations." Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi was said to have told Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
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Yan Jiarong of the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games interjected to have the final say on questions related to Taiwan and the Uyghurs.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin released a joint statement saying there are "no limits" to the two countries' bond.
Congress has been notified of the State Department's approval of a $100 million support package for Taiwan's Patriot missile defense system.
"The Taiwan issue is the biggest tinderbox between China and the United States," said Qin Gang, China's ambassador to the U.S.
The U.S. Navy has told Newsweek the footage was taken onboard USS Carl Vinson on Monday.
On Monday, the U.S. Navy reported one of its fighter aircraft was involved in a "landing mishap" on the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson in the South China Sea.
In a statement to "Newsweek," Taiwan's Foreign Ministry called on relevant parties to resolve the dispute through diplomatic channels.
Flight-tracking data showed a U.S. Navy patrol aircraft flying north through the Taiwan Strait on Tuesday.
It marked the largest convoy of aircraft China had sent towards the self-governing island this year.
A Taiwanese survey has found that only one-third of respondents trust the president, although younger people in particular support close alignment with Washington.
The Japan-based U.S. 7th Fleet's first "freedom of navigation operation" of the year took a Navy warship through the waters around the disputed Paracel Islands.
Janez Jansa, prime minister of the Central European country, said he would support the "sovereign decision of the Taiwanese people" to either join China or live independently.
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The world, said China's leader, was now entering a new "period of turbulence and transformation."