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What can we expect from the Biden administration’s Taiwan policy, and how might those decisions affect the relationship between Beijing and Washington? While the United States does not maintain formal diplomatic ties with Taiwan, the two still engage in robust economic and cultural exchange. Yet as many American policymakers increasingly frame the US relationship with China around competition, some analysts have expressed concern that Taiwan may become a flashpoint for conflict. And in a recent Chicago Council Survey report, more than half of Americans now favor defending Taiwan using US troops should China invade, the highest level recorded since the Council began asking the question in 1982. Join a distinguished panel of experts to discuss the past, the present, and what’s at stake.