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How do Africans View U.S.-China Tensions over Taiwan? Two Researchers Weigh In

Visiting US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (C) waves to journalists during her arrival at the Parliament in Taipei on August 3, 2022. Sam Yeh / AFP

This article features back-to-back responses by two African researchers on United States-China tensions over Taiwan.

Response 1: By Christopher Edyegu

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