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The Triangular Relationship: The U.S., Taiwan and China

Kenneth R. Weinstein

… Hudson’s work in Asian studies is focused on Japan, Korea, China, and, of course, Taiwan. Taiwan is a special place for Hudson; a beacon of freedom, as it is for many Americans—a beacon of freedom under threat; a good friend of the United States and other democracies….

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