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Taiwan’s Next Challenge in the Americas: Paraguay

File image of Chris Dodd, U.S. special presidential adviser for the Americas, who visited Honduras over the weekend in a bid to persuade the government to reverse its decision to abandon diplomatic ties with Taiwan. Brendan Smialowski / AFP

U.S. President Joe Biden dispatched his special envoy for the Americas, former senator Chris Dodd, to Honduras this weekend to convey the White House’s displeasure with the government’s decision to switch diplomatic recognition from Taiwan to China.

Dodd will also visit Panama during his four-day tour.

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