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U.S. Officials Grow More Concerned About Potential Action by China on Taiwan
By Edward Wong, David E. Sanger & Amy Qin | The New York Times
The Biden administration has grown increasingly anxious this summer about China’s statements and actions regarding Taiwan, with some officials fearing that Chinese leaders might try to move against the self-governing island over the next year and a half—perhaps by trying to cut off access to all or part of the Taiwan Strait, through which U.S. naval ships regularly pass.
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