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Explainer: the complex question of Taiwanese independence

Beijing News 17 Aug 2022
Taiwan's status in international law ... Instead, they have dealt pragmatically with Taiwan - through unofficial diplomacy, trade and environmental cooperation, or for other purposes - as an entity with a unique international legal status ... The rights Taiwan lacks include full ...
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The complex legal question of Taiwanese independence

Asiatimes 17 Aug 2022
Taiwan’s status in international law ... Instead, they have dealt pragmatically with Taiwan – through unofficial diplomacy, trade and environmental cooperation, or for other purposes – as an entity with a unique international legal status ... The rights Taiwan lacks include full ...
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China is an enemy to the world

Taipei Times 17 Aug 2022
Beijing’s decision to publish its third-ever white paper on the Taiwan issue at this time reveals that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is feeling the pressure of the international community’s support for Taiwan and its efforts to contain China, especially under the influence of the US’ Indo-Pacific strategy.
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Taiwan digs trenches in battle for chip talent

Reuters 17 Aug 2022
"The illegal poaching of Taiwan's high-tech talent by Chinese companies has badly impacted our international competitiveness and endangered our national security," the Investigation Bureau said in a statement at the time.Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com.
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US must ‘challenge’ Chinese missiles – admiral

Russia Today 17 Aug 2022
“It’s irresponsible to launch missiles over Taiwan into international waters.” ... In response to the trip, which Beijing considered a violation of its sovereignty given the international consensus that Taiwan is a part of China, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) launched a multi-day military drill around the territory.
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A look at the partial blockade of Taiwan

Taipei Times 17 Aug 2022
Third, in terms of the warning areas of the drills, the differences this time were that many areas in the drill areas designated by China overlapped with Taiwan’s territorial sea, and some even penetrated into Taiwan’s internal waters.
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Chinese defense minister stresses PLA's courage, capabilities to defeat intruders

People Daily 17 Aug 2022
In addition to military drills, Wu Xinbo, dean of the Institute of International Studies at Fudan University, told the Global Times that no matter whether they are American or British lawmakers, as long as they visit Taiwan island as lawmakers, China can add them onto the sanctions list, citing the precedent of a Lithuanian deputy minister.
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Taiwan is now a touchstone issue for the UK, the U.S. and for us in ...

ECNS 17 Aug 2022
Over the past weeks, the world has seen the resolute response from China after the visit to Taiwan of U.S ... in China's internal affairs, restraining the separatist attempts of "Taiwan independence" forces, safeguarding national sovereignty and territorial integrity and upholding peace and stability in the Taiwan Straits.
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Chinese ambassador to the UK stresses 'red line' on Taiwan questions

China.dot.org 17 Aug 2022
These measures are aimed at opposing interference from the US in China's internal affairs, restraining the separatist attempts of "Taiwan independence" forces, safeguarding national sovereignty and territorial integrity and upholding peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait ... The Taiwan question is a major issue of principle.
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Taiwan separatist attempts will end badly China

Beijing News 17 Aug 2022
Beijing has warned that so-called independence movements in Taiwan won?t lead to ?anything good?. Taiwan belongs to China and the issue is a strictly internal one, Beijing's Defense Minister Wei Fenghe insisted on Tuesday in a video address to the Moscow international security conference ... China considers Taiwan an inalienable part of its territory.
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US commander says China missile fire over Taiwan must be ‘contested’

Dawn 17 Aug 2022
It’s irresponsible to launch missiles over Taiwan into international waters, where the shipping lanes, where free shipping operates.” ... of both the Taiwan Strait and South China Sea to reinforce the concept that those seas are international waterways, sparking anger from Beijing.
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Beijing sanctions seven 'Taiwan independence' die-hards

ECNS 17 Aug 2022
Sanctions would also be imposed on the president of the "Taiwan Foundation for Democracy," and the secretary-general of the "International Cooperation and Development Fund" ... You Si-kun is chairman of the "Taiwan Foundation for Democracy".Joseph Wu Jau-shieh is chairman of the "International Cooperation and Development Fund".
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Tai Ji Men’s Youth, Between Tragedy and Hope

Bitter Winter English 17 Aug 2022
Introvigne then introduced the video “Heaven’s Children,” where Tai Ji Men dizi from Taiwan’s ethnic minorities propose a poetic musical meditation on youth and conscience, and three international speakers ... Hong to various international events to spread a culture of peace, love, ...
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WorldPride 2025 in Taiwan cancelled

Washington Blade 17 Aug 2022
International News Editor Michael K ... 16, 2021, during which the three parties agreed upon the name Taiwan, A-Ku told Focus Taiwan/CNA News English ... In the back-and-forth discussions, InterPride repetitively raised their concerns and doubts about whether Taiwan has the capacity, economic and otherwise, to host an international event like WorldPride.
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China Lauds Putin's Position on Pelosi's Visit to Taiwan - Foreign Ministry

Urdu Point 17 Aug 2022
On Tuesday, Putin, in an address to the participants and guests of the 10th Moscow Conference on International Security, said that Pelosi's visit to Taiwan was a "carefully planned provocation," aimed at destabilizing the situation in the Asia-Pacific region ... against Taiwan.

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