Taiwan’s meaningful participation in the UN is far more than just a matter of the international presence of the shining democratic island nation; it is about counterbalancing China’s growing influence in international organizations. Our research fellow co-authored the article originally published by The National Interest.
China’s influential position within the United Nations has continued to strengthen since the passing of Resolution 2758 in 1971. Recognizing the PRC as the sole representative of China to the UN, the resolution also removed Chiang Kai-Shek’s representatives and solidified the foundations for the UN’s continued One-China policy. Since its passing, Beijing has actively distorted… Continue reading Event Summary: PRC’s influence in the UN: Case of the Resolution 2758