Congress and Taiwan

March 1979
National Review;3/2/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p277
The article reports on the relationship of the United States to Taiwan. The administration of President Jimmy Carter is firm in its decision to deal with the Republic of China on a strictly non-governmental level. The deal will be through the American Institute in Taiwan. Many senators would like to force the administration to accept some declaration of the continuous American intention of protecting Taiwan militarily.


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