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World Health Assembly rejects again Taiwan-related proposal

ECNS 24 May 2022
Since April 2021, as many as 47 experts from Taiwan were approved to participate in the WHO-organized technical activities for 44 times in total, Chen said, noting there isn't any so-called "international epidemic prevention gap.". The Chinese diplomat also emphasized that there is no international consensus on the Taiwan-related proposal.
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China urges U.S. not to obscure, hollow out one-China principle

ECNS 24 May 2022
In the August 17 Communique released in 1982, the United States "reiterates that it has no intention of infringing on Chinese sovereignty and territorial integrity, or interfering in China's internal affairs, or pursuing a policy of 'two Chinas' or 'one China, one Taiwan'.".
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DPP warned against attempt to seek 'Taiwan independence' by using pandemic

ECNS 24 May 2022
"There is an International Health Regulations Contact Point in the Taiwan region for it to promptly access and report information related to health emergencies," Wang said ... "We also urge certain countries to stop politicizing the health issue and stop interfering in China's internal affairs by exploiting Taiwan-related issues.
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Beijing hits back at Biden's claims

ECNS 24 May 2022
The spokesman reiterated that the Taiwan question is purely China's internal affair and so allows no foreign interference ... It has been proved that the one-China principle is a broad consensus of the international community and also an overriding trend that brooks no challenge, ...
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EXPLAINER: US keeps world guessing on Taiwan stance

Asahi News 24 May 2022
WASHINGTON--For the third time in less than a year, President Joe Biden has stirred controversy with his comments about Taiwan ... and Taiwan, but America sells the Taiwanese military hardware ... “The challenge posed by China to the security of the Taiwan Strait has drawn great concern in the international community,” spokesperson Joanne Ou said.
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Biden: US would intervene to defend Taiwan

TDT News 24 May 2022
“The challenge posed by China to the security of the Taiwan Strait has drawn great concern in the international community,” said Ou ... security of the Taiwan Strait and the rules-based international order, while promoting peace, stability and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific region.”.
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Biden: U.S. would militarily intervene to defend Taiwan

The Philadelphia Tribune 24 May 2022
“The challenge posed by China to the security of the Taiwan Strait has drawn great concern in the international community,” said Ou ... security of the Taiwan Strait and the rules-based international order, while promoting peace, stability and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific region.”.
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Biden: U.S. would intervene with military to defend Taiwan

Herald and News 24 May 2022
“The challenge posed by China to the security of the Taiwan Strait has drawn great concern in the international community,” said Ou ... security of the Taiwan Strait and the rules-based international order, while promoting peace, stability and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific region.”.
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Biden: US would intervene with military to defend Taiwan (copy)

The News-Enterprise 24 May 2022
“The challenge posed by China to the security of the Taiwan Strait has drawn great concern in the international community,” said Ou ... security of the Taiwan Strait and the rules-based international order, while promoting peace, stability and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific region.”.
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Biden: US would send military to Taiwan

The Times & Democrat 24 May 2022
“The challenge posed by China to the security of the Taiwan Strait has drawn great concern in the international community,” said Ou ... security of the Taiwan Strait and the rules-based international order, while promoting peace, stability and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific region.”.
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Why Biden's visit to East Asia is on the wrong foot

China Daily 24 May 2022
The real essence of the Taiwan question is the ... By today, more than 180 countries in the world and all the major international organizations in the world recognize that there is only one China, and Taiwan is part of China, and the PRC is the sole legitimate representative of China.
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U.S. plays with fire by using 'Taiwan card' to contain China: spokesperson

ECNS 24 May 2022
A spokesperson for the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council warned on Monday that the United States is playing with fire by using the "Taiwan card" to contain China, and will itself get burned ... Taiwan's ...
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U.S. plays with fire by using "Taiwan card" to contain China: spokesperson

People Daily 24 May 2022
BEIJING, May 23 (Xinhua) -- A spokesperson for the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council warned on Monday that the United States is playing with fire by using the "Taiwan card" to contain China, and will itself get burned.
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Joe Biden’s latest Taiwan gaffe stokes tensions with Beijing

The Times of India 24 May 2022
Whether intentional or not, Biden provoked China with a vow to defend Taiwan militarily ... China’s leaders have closely watched the Ukraine crisis unfold, taking note of Russia’s political and economic isolation as well as the massive international support for Kyiv as they consider their posture toward Taiwan.
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Biden's new stance of strategic confusion on Taiwan

CNN 24 May 2022
(CNN)If a US President keeps vowing to do something, and his aides keep insisting he won't, no one is sure what to believe -- a potential dangerous state of affairs on fraught international issues ... At the same time, it's aimed at depriving Taiwan of US assurances that could prompt it to push for official independence.

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