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Taiwan Policy

President Bush seemed to remove some of the deliberate ambiguity in U.S. policy toward Taiwan and China by suggesting the U.S. might get involved in defending Taiwan against an attack from China. Despite this change in tone from previous administrations, the administration says there has been no change in U.S. policy.

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