Hou Yu-ih, the opposition Kuomintang candidate in Taiwan's upcoming presidential race, called for a de-escalation of military tensions with China through dialogue during his visit to the United States. He emphasized his "Three D's" policy of deterrence, dialogue, and de-escalation to bring peace to Taiwan and rebuild mutual trust with China. Hou's trip aims to strengthen bilateral ties with the US and signal his ability to handle international relations. China recently unveiled a "blueprint" for peaceful unification with economic incentives for Taiwan residents to move to China. Hou opposes military harassment from China and advocates for enhanced trade and economic ties.
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