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Introduced in House (01/31/1996)

Expresses the sense of the Congress that: (1) any attempt by the People's Republic of China (PRC) to threaten the peace and stability of the Republic of China (ROC) is a threat to peace and security in the Pacific and a matter of grave concern to the United States; and (2) the President should take specified steps, including embracing the full accession to democratic status by the people of the ROC upon the successful completion of their presidential election, undertaking intensified diplomatic initiatives to insist that the PRC reduce tensions with the ROC, joining the Congress in condemning the use by the PRC of military intimidation and implicit threats of missile attacks against Taiwan, reviewing the defense needs of the ROC, and reporting to the Congress on such initiatives, on how to accommodate Taiwan's aspiration for participation in international organizations, and on options available to provide the people of Taiwan and U.S. forces in the east Asian region adequate warning and defense capabilities against ballistic missiles of, and naval blockades and other forms of military aggression by, the PRC.