Jordan McGillis of National Review outlines how the U.S. and Taiwan can unite on energy and foreign policy.
- Taiwan has laid out objectives for reaching net-zero emissions by 2050 but is currently heavily reliant on coal-fired power plants.
- Taiwan can reduce emissions and reach its environmental goals by becoming more reliant on American liquified natural gas.
- By partnering together, Taiwan can reduce its emissions and the U.S. can grow its relationship with a valuable ally in the South China Sea.
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