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An activist's release from prison sparks debate on the U.S.'s stance on Taiwain

Vehicles are stranded along Interstate 80 at the Nevada State line and Colfax, Calif. (California Highway Patrol Truckee/AP)
Vehicles are stranded along Interstate 80 at the Nevada State line and Colfax, Calif. (California Highway Patrol Truckee/AP)

Editor’s note: Due to a scheduling change, this segment replaced a piece about California weather. The text has been edited to reflect the change.

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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