HFAC Asia and the Pacific Subcommittee
Since World War II, the United States and her allies have prioritized spreading democracy as a part of our foreign policy. This goal is in our national interest for two reasons: Because promoting freedom is in line with American values, and because it also benefits our national security.
On June 6, responding to a recent U.S.
American cable news coverage will be dominated by one topic today – President Trump’s summit with Kim Jong Un. Caught up in the hype of the summitry, broadcasters are likely to miss a nearby event that could prove equally important in the long term: the opening of the American Institute in Taiwan’s new facility in Taipei.