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The landmark Taiwan Relations Act (TRA) was signed into law by the United States Congress and serves as a foundation for US-Taiwan relations, and guides bilateral and broader policymaking toward the region. As the TRA celebrates 45 years, the Sigur Center for Asian Studies is holding a Roundtable to take stock. How has the TRA's meaning and interpretation changed over time? What do the US executive and congressional positions on the Act look like? To what extent does the TRA come into play in cross-strait relations?

*Guests are highly encouraged to tour the photography collection at the second-floor atrium of the Elliott School

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