“Assuming for the sake of argument this to be true, they are a fact of American political life and they are effective,” he said. “Unless their opposition is mitigated, you will probably still win the battle, but you may lose the war because the fall-out on future foreign and defense policy battles you will have to fight will make the Panama Canal controversy look like a Sunday school picnic in comparison.”
Mon, Apr 29, 2013 - Page 3 News List
US releases files on recognizing PRC
MEMOS:The files show the divisions between the US and China on the issue of arms sales to Taiwan, as well as the reaction in Taiwan to the shift in diplomatic relations
By William Lowther / Staff reporter in WASHINGTON
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