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Congress Is Right to Stand Up for Taiwan

J. Michael Cole Politics, Asia A bill working its way through Capitol Hill could allow senior U.S. officials to travel to Taiwan. The U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations passed the Taiwan Travel Act on February 7, 2018, a bill that would permit exchanges and visits by senior Taiwanese and American government officials. Seen by Beijing as a ploy to undermine “one China,” the bill has also attracted criticism by some American academics, who regard the move as “unnecessary” and “provocative.
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