Jadwal Timnas Indonesia vs Chinese Taipei Resmi Diundur, Ini Tanggal Main Menurut AFC
Jadwal Timnas Indonesia vs Chinese Taipei Resmi Diundur, Ini Tanggal Main Menurut AFC. Foto starting XI line up timnas Indonesia
KUALA LUMPUR, TRIBUNBATAM.id - Jadwal Timnas Indonesia vs Chinese Taipei resmi diundur.
Diberitakan sebelumnya, jadwal Timnas Indonesia vs Chinese Taipei yang seyogyanya digelar hari ini Selasa (7/9/2021).
Melalui situs resminya, AFC mengumumkan jadwal Timnas Indonesia vs Chinese Taipei diundur.
Selanjutnya jadwal Timnas Indonesia vs Chinese Taipei akan berlangsung pada Kamis 7 Oktober 2021.
Namun hingga saat ini, belum diketahui pasti venue pertandingan Timnas Indonesia vs Chinese Taipei.
Sementara leg 2 Timnas Indonesia tetap digelar di Chinese Taipei sebagai tuan rumah.
Pertandingan leg 2 dijadwalkan digelar pada Selasa, 12 Oktober 2021.
Pertemuan timnas Indonesia vs Taiwan diketahui setelah AFC melakukan drawing di Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, pada Kamis (24/6/2021).
Dalam proses drawing play-off Kualifikasi Piala Asia 2023, timnas Indonesia berada di pot 1 bersama Kamboja.
Baca juga: Jadwal Timnas Indonesia di Play Off Piala Asia 2023 Lawan Chinese Taipei, Hari Ini Guam vs Kamboja
Baca juga: Lolos Tahap Kedua, Pemuda Batam Rafly Ramadan Bersaing dengan 35 Pemain di TC Timnas U-18 Indonesia
Timnas Indonesia imbang lawan Thailand pada matchday 6 kualifikasi Piala Dunia 2022 Zona Asia, Kamis (3/6/2021). Foto starting XI line up timnas Indonesia (twitter/PSSI)
Sementara itu, Taiwan berada di pot 2 bersama Guam.
US conservatives claim China ’licking chops’ at Taiwan after fall of Kabul
TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Conservative commentators in the U.S. are suggesting that the fall of the Afghan government following a precipitous retreat of U.S. forces from the country will embolden China to move forward with its plans to conquer Taiwan.
Even before the unconditional withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan ordered by President Joe Biden is complete, every major city across the country has fallen like dominoes to Taliban guerillas. By Sunday evening (Aug. 15), they were in control of the presidential palace.
The New York Times on Friday (Aug. 13) cited French defense analyst François Heisbourg as asserting that the U.S. abandonment of its ally will have long-term consequences: “the notion that you cannot count on the Americans will strike deeper roots because of Afghanistan.’’ The newspaper said U.S. hesitation toward long-term military commitments “will now be felt all the more strongly among countries in play in the world, like Taiwan, Ukraine, the Philippines and Indonesia, which can only please China and Russia.”
Conservative media and Republican officials have been quick to claim that the U.S. pullout from Afghanistan and fall of Kabul will embolden China to engage in aggressive military action against Taiwan. Politico correspondent Stuart Lau on Sunday evening took to Twitter to write, “Imagine Beijing watching US military “commitment” in Afghanistan while contemplating its next move on Taiwan.”
Congressman Michael Waltz (R-FL), a former colonel and green beret who served multiple tours in Afghanistan, that same day tweeted: “If I were in Taiwan or Ukraine right now watching all this unfold, I would be terrified knowing this is how the United States will react under this administration.” Several conservatives, including Donald Trump Jr., portrayed the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) as “licking their chops” at Taiwan after witnessing the actions of a “weak U.S. administration.”
Political scientist Jasmin Mujanovic posted a tweet in which he stated that Afghanistan is a “warning to all vulnerable, emerging democracies; Ukraine, Taiwan, BiH, Kosovo etc.” He wrote that in worst-case scenarios, “great power promises mean nothing,” and that in the end only “hard power capacities & consolidated, formal alliances matter.”
Also on Sunday, the Weibo account for the Chinese state-run newspaper the Strait Herald posted a commentary in which it warned Taiwan: “don’t trust the United States too much, look at Afghanistan today.” The state-operated China Affairs alleged that after the U.S. abandonment of Afghanistan, Taiwanese netizens “believe that the U.S. will abandon Taiwan without hesitation once a war breaks out in the Taiwan Strait.”
If I were in Taiwan or Ukraine right now watching all this unfold, I would be terrified knowing this is how the United States will react under this administration. — Rep. Mike Waltz (@michaelgwaltz) August 15, 2021
Whatever China’s timeline was before on trying to seize Taiwan, we all know they’re licking their chops now knowing that there will never be a weaker US administration in power. This isn’t a partisan issue. We’ve got to get tough before things really escalate. https://t.co/uUWty0GgwS — Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) August 16, 2021
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