EU's China Arms Policy Prompts Congressional Fears

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China passes a law that would authorize military force to prevent Taiwan from declaring independence. This move intensifies worries among members of the U.S. Congress as the EU considers lifting an arms embargo against Beijing. An EU delegation arrives in Washington to discuss the issue.

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