Why a Free Taiwan Is Crucial to the US: Experts

No more phones, computers, cars? That’s just one area Americans’ daily lives would be affected if Beijing were to wage war on Taiwan.

Bradley Thayer, founding member of the Committee on the Present Danger: China, said that “for too many Western politicians and politicians in the Indo-Pacific, Taiwan is an afterthought when it should be at the forefront.”

Why is this tiny island thousands of miles away so crucial to not just America, but the world?

In this special report, we look at how Americans’ daily lives would be affected if Beijing were to wage war on Taiwan.

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