Growing expert support for U.S. to act if China attacks Taiwan: survey
Taipei, April 3 (CNA) A survey of U.S. international relations experts conducted after the Russian invasion of Ukraine has found an increase in support for possible U.S. responses to a Chinese attack on Taiwan, but still only very limited backing for direct military intervention.
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