An activist's release from prison sparks debate on the U.S.'s stance on Taiwain
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For decades, Taiwan residents have accepted Washington’s deliberately ambiguous stance towards the island. But Chinese aggression is causing people there to demand stronger security commitments.
NPR’s Emily Feng reports.
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