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Taiwan Arms Sales

Guests: Kurt Campbell Senior Vice President and Director International Security Program for the Ctr. for Strategic and International Studies Deputy assistant secretary of defense in the Clinton Administration Vincent Wang Associate Professor of Political Science, and coordinator of Asian Studies at Univ. of Richmond President Bush is set to respond to Taiwan's request to buy an extensive arms package from the U.S, including some of the worlds most advanced warships. A go ahead from the President would further irritate the Chinese government which views Taiwan as a renegade province and aims to reclaim it at some point. Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at President Bush's decision on Taiwan arms sales and what it will mean for the relations among the three countries.

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