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The Subnational Dimension of the China-Taiwan Sovereignty Conflict in Global Politics: The Evidence from the United States

When discussing Taiwan’s “international space”, we conventionally refer to a contest over the juridical sovereignty of Taiwan (the Republic of China, ROC). Whether departing from the perspective of international law or theories of International Relations, the cross-Taiwan Strait sovereignty conflict in global politics involves two issues: Taiwan’s capacity to gain formal diplomatic recognition or, at… Continue reading The Subnational Dimension of the China-Taiwan Sovereignty Conflict in Global Politics: The Evidence from the United States

Taiwan and Africa: a comprehensive overview of diplomatic recognition and derecognition of the ROC

Taiwan (ROC) has little problem establishing unofficial ties with countries around the world, but it encounters obstacles when attempting to formalize diplomatic relations, due to China’s concerted efforts to prevent such developments. China (PRC) sees itself as the sole representative of China and does not allow states to have official diplomatic relations with both the… Continue reading Taiwan and Africa: a comprehensive overview of diplomatic recognition and derecognition of the ROC

The People’s Republic of China: Political perceptions in Central Europe

Constructed around nine country-specific sections, this study explains how parliamentarians and political parties in Central Europe view and scrutinise PRC and PRC-related activities. It also touches on the public’s perception of the PRC, insofar as this may animate the political decisions taken in democracies. Further, it provides a snapshot of how attitudes towards the CCP… Continue reading The People’s Republic of China: Political perceptions in Central Europe

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