Sometimes, it’s what you don’t say
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The US State Department has removed some key language from its official stance on Taiwan.
On May 5, the State Department made an eyebrow-raising update to its Taiwan “fact sheet” outlining Washington’s relations with Taipei.
Specifically, the updated document omitted two crucial phrases (US S...