February 28, 2012

China-Taiwan Tensions Could Loom Over U.S. 'Pivot' to Asia

Bloomberg, Bloomberg

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Should the U.S. be willing to sacrifice Los Angeles for Taipei? It's horrendous to contemplate, but it's the kind of question that underlies a simmering debate over U.S. policy toward Taiwan.

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