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Posts Tagged ‘South China Sea’

Editorials, Politics

China’s Difficult Summer

A series of far-reaching setbacks for China’s leadership appears to open the door for foreign countries to start treating Taiwan with equanimity. Whether they will do so is a very different matter. But the door is open to change

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Defense

Taiwan: A Solution to the South China Sea Dispute

The key lies in breaking the fake inheritance chain linking Japan, the ROC and the PRC on the sovereignty over Taiwan, Penghu, the Spratlys and the Paracels

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Defense

China’s ADIZ in the South China Sea: Coming Soon to a Sea Near You?

Beijing’s declaration of an Air Defense Identification Zone over the East China Sea in November 2013 came as a surprise; similar steps in the South China Sea should not surprise anyone

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Defense

Calm Down, Taiwan Does Not Seek War with Vietnam

By parroting the remarks of legislators who don’t know what they are talking about, journalists are contributing to Taiwan’s problems

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Defense

Synchronizing the Narratives: Chinese Political Warfare, Taiwan, and the South China Sea

Growing interaction between Chinese and Taiwanese academics risks sending the wrong signal to Washington

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Politics

Taiwanese Academics Are Playing with Fire

Three experts involved in the study of territorial disputes in the South China Sea are now fellows at a think tank with ties to the Chinese government

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Politics

China Misbehaves, Taiwan Suffers: The Vietnam Riots

Recent riots in Vietnam in response to a territorial dispute between Hanoi and Beijing highlight the risks to Taiwanese who may be mistaken for Chinese

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