The Biden administration has announced a more than $1 billion arms sale to Taiwan. The sale includes $355 million for Harpoon air-to-sea missiles and $85 million for Sidewinder missiles. The largest portion of the sale is a $655 million logistics support package for Taiwan’s surveillance radar program. Acrimony and strident rhetoric between the U.S. and China over Taiwan have increased sharply since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited the island last month. The State Department says the equipment is necessary for Taiwan to “maintain a sufficient self-defense capability.” The sale is part of a larger arms deal with the United States and China to provide defense warnings to the island’Satellite Surveillance Radar. . . .