Progressives on U.S.-China Policy and Nancy Pelosi’s Taiwan Visit (PODCAST)

IN-DEPTH VIDEOS, 8 Aug 2022

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U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, walks with Taiwan’s Foreign Minister Joseph Wu, left, as she arrives in Taipei, Taiwan, Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2022.
Photo: Taiwan Ministry of Foreign Affairs via AP

Two leading progressive foreign policy voices discuss the House speaker’s decision to visit Taiwan.

3 Aug 2022 – House Speaker Nancy Pelosi landed in Taiwan yesterday, ending speculation about whether she would visit the island during her tour of east Asia. Political reactions in the U.S. have been divided, particularly among progressives. Tobita Chow of Justice is Global and Matt Duss, foreign policy adviser to Sen. Bernie Sanders, join Intercept reporter Mara Hvistendahl to discuss.

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