A test of America's strategic ambiguity with Taiwan
Rather than clarify its political intentions, the U.S. has stayed vague about Taiwan for four decades to maintain peace. But there are signs of a shift toward more clarity these days.
NPR’s China affairs correspondent John Ruwitch reports.
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