New NSC chief positive to U.S.-Taiwan security cooperation: expert
Taipei, May 20 (CNA) The appointment of Wellington Koo (顧立雄), a U.S.-educated business lawyer, as the new director-general of Taiwan's National Security Council (NSC), could strengthen Taiwan's security cooperation with the U.S., a security analyst said Tuesday.
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