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The Taiwan Travel Act: What It Might Mean For The U.S. And China

President Trump has signed an act encouraging U.S. officials to visit Taiwan.

Here & Now‘s Peter O’Dowd speaks with Bonnie Glaser (@BonnieGlaser), senior adviser for Asia at the Center for International and Strategic Studies, about the significance of the Taiwan Travel Act for American relations with China, which considers Taiwan a rogue province.

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