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taiwan china, 2022-10-28, “Taiwan is an inherent part of the People’s Republic of China”: Vladimir Putin, Russian President Vladimir Putin hailed on Oct 27 said that Taiwan is an inherent part of the People’s Republic of China.

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Where is Taiwan?

Taiwan is an island, roughly 100 miles from the coast of south east China.

It sits in the so-called “first island chain”, which includes a list of US-friendly territories that are crucial to US foreign policy.

If China was to take over Taiwan, some western experts suggest it could be freer to project power in the western Pacific region and could possibly even threaten US military bases as far away as Guam and Hawaii.

But China insists that its intentions are purely peaceful.

Has Taiwan always been separate from China?

Historical sources suggest that the island first came under full Chinese control in the 17th Century when the Qing dynasty began administering it. Then, in 1895, they gave up the island to Japan after losing the first Sino Japanese war.

China took the island again in 1945 after Japan lost World War Two.

But a civil war erupted in mainland China between nationalist government forces led by Chiang Kai-shek and Mao Zedong’s Communist Party.

The communists won in 1949 and took control in Beijing.

Chiang Kai-shek and what was left of the nationalist party – known as the Kuomintang – fled to Taiwan, where they ruled for the next several decades.

China points to this history to say that Taiwan was originally a Chinese province. But the Taiwanese point to the same history to argue that they were never part of the modern Chinese state that was first formed after the revolution in 1911 – or the People’s Republic of China that was established under Mao in 1949.

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Chiang Kai-shek led the Kuomintang after fleeing to Taiwan

The Kuomintang has been one of Taiwan’s most prominent political parties ever since – ruling the island for a significant part of its history.

Currently, only 13 countries (plus the Vatican) recognise Taiwan as a sovereign country.

China exerts considerable diplomatic pressure on other countries not to recognise Taiwan, or to do anything which implies recognition.

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Ambiguity over “China”[edit]

The dispute and ambiguity over the meaning of “China” and which “China” stemmed from the division of Republic of China into two Chinas at the “end” of the Chinese Civil War in 1955.[note 1] (Fighting between the two merely eased off after 1949 and no signing of a peace treaty or armistice ever occurred; the PRC still threatens attack on ROC/Taiwan when it deems necessary.) The term “China” historically meant the various regimes and imperial dynasties which controlled territories in mainland Asia prior to 1911, when the imperial system was overthrown and the Republic of China (ROC) was established as the first republic in Asia. In 1927, the Chinese Civil War started between the Kuomintang (KMT, founding party of the ROC) and the CCP. The CCP eventually won control of most of ROC’s original territory (mainland China) in 1949, when they proclaimed the “People’s Republic of China” (PRC) on that territory.

Since then, two Chinas have existed, although the PRC was not internationally recognized at the time. The Republic of China government retrieved Taiwan in 1945 back from Japan, then fled in 1949 to Taiwan with the aim to retake mainland China. Both the ROC and the PRC still officially (constitutionally)[citation needed] claim mainland China and the Taiwan Area as part of their respective territories[citation needed]. In reality, the PRC rules only Mainland China and has no control of but claims Taiwan as part of its territory under its “One China Principle“.[2] The ROC, which rules only the Taiwan Area (composed of Taiwan and its nearby minor islands), became known as “Taiwan” after its largest island, (an instance of pars pro toto)[citation needed]. Constitutional reform in 1991 amended electoral laws to focus on the territory controlled by the Republic of China, increasingly referred to as “the Republic of China on Taiwan” or simply “Taiwan” .[3][4]

After the 2008 election of Ma Ying-jeou, he again asserted that mainland China is part of Republic of China territory according to its constitution, and, in 2013, he stated that relations between PRC and ROC are not between countries but “regions of the same country”.[5][6]

In 1971, the People’s Republic of China won the United Nations seat as “China” and the ROC withdrew from the UN.[citation needed] Since then the term “Taiwan, China” is a designation officially used in international organizations including the United Nations and its associated organs to refer to the Republic of China.[citation needed] (The term “Chinese Taipei” was similarly created for the same purpose.[citation needed] ) However, the political status of Taiwan is a complex and controversial issue and currently unresolved[citation needed] , in large part due to the United States and the Allies of World War II handling of the surrender of Taiwan from Japan in 1945[citation needed] (which was to be a temporary administration by the ROC troops[citation needed] ), and the Treaty of Peace with Japan (“Treaty of San Francisco”) in 1951[citation needed], for which neither the ROC nor the PRC was invited[citation needed], and left Taiwan’s sovereignty legally undefined in international law and in dispute[citation needed].

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Taiwan Braces For ‘Grim’ Times After China’s Xi Extends Power


Name of the island

Various names for the island of Taiwan remain in use, each derived from explorers or rulers during a particular historical period. The name Formosa (福爾摩沙) dates from 1542, when Portuguese sailors sighted an uncharted island and noted it on their maps as Ilha Formosa (“beautiful island”).[50][51] The name Formosa eventually “replaced all others in European literature” and remained in common use among English speakers into the 20th century.[53]

In the early 17th century, the Dutch East India Company established a commercial post at Fort Zeelandia (modern-day Anping, Tainan) on a coastal sandbar called “Tayouan”, after their ethnonym for a nearby Taiwanese aboriginal tribe, possibly Taivoan people, written by the Dutch and Portuguese variously as Taiouwang, Tayowan, Teijoan, etc.[55] This name was also adopted into the Chinese vernacular (in particular, Hokkien, as Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tāi-oân/Tâi-oân) as the name of the sandbar and nearby area (Tainan). The modern word “Taiwan” is derived from this usage, which is written in different transliterations (大員, 大圓, 大灣, 臺員, 臺圓 and 臺窩灣) in Chinese historical records. The area occupied by modern-day Tainan was the first permanent settlement by both European colonists and Chinese immigrants. The settlement grew to be the island’s most important trading centre and served as its capital until 1887.

Use of the current Chinese name (臺灣/台灣) became official as early as 1684 with the establishment of Taiwan Prefecture which centred in modern-day Tainan. Through its rapid development the entire Formosan mainland eventually became known as “Taiwan”.[56][57][58][59]

In his Daoyi Zhilüe (1349), Wang Dayuan used “Liuqiu” as a name for the island of Taiwan, or the part of it closest to Penghu.
Elsewhere, the name was used for the Ryukyu Islands in general or Okinawa, the largest of them; indeed the name Ryūkyū is the Japanese form of Liúqiú. The name also appears in the Book of Sui (636) and other early works, but scholars cannot agree on whether these references are to the Ryukyus, Taiwan or even Luzon.

Name of the country

The official name of the country in English is the “Republic of China”; it has also been known under various names throughout its existence. Shortly after the ROC’s establishment in 1912, while it was still located on the Chinese mainland, the government used the short form “China” (Zhōngguó (中國)) to refer to itself, which derives from zhōng (“central” or “middle”) and guó (“state, nation-state”),[n] a term which also developed under the Zhou dynasty in reference to its royal demesne,[o] and the name was then applied to the area around Luoyi (present-day Luoyang) during the Eastern Zhou and then to China’s Central Plain before being used as an occasional synonym for the state during the Qing era.[63] The name of the Republic had stemmed from the party manifesto of Tongmenghui in 1905, which says the four goals of the Chinese revolution was “to expel the Manchu rulers, to revive Chunghwa, to establish a Republic, and to distribute land equally among the people.(Chinese: 驅除韃虜, 恢復中華, 創立民國, 平均地權; pinyin: Qūchú dálǔ, huīfù Zhōnghuá, chuànglì mínguó, píngjūn dì quán).” The convener of Tongmenghui and Chinese revolutionary leader Sun Yat-sen proposed the name Chunghwa Minkuo as the assumed name of the new country when the revolution succeeded.

During the 1950s and 1960s, after the ROC government had withdrawn to Taiwan upon losing the Chinese Civil War, it was commonly referred to as “Nationalist China” (or “Free China“) to differentiate it from “Communist China” (or “Red China“).[65] It was a member of the United Nations representing China until 1971, when the ROC lost its seat to the People’s Republic of China. Over subsequent decades, the Republic of China has become commonly known as “Taiwan”, after the main island. In some contexts, including ROC government publications, the name is written as “Republic of China (Taiwan)”, “Republic of China/Taiwan”, or sometimes “Taiwan (ROC)”.[66][67][68]

The Republic of China participates in most international forums and organizations under the name “Chinese Taipei” as a compromise with the People’s Republic of China (PRC). For instance, it is the name under which it has participated in the Olympic Games as well as the World Trade Organization. In 2009, after reaching an agreement with Beijing, the ROC participated in the World Health Organization for the first time in 38 years, under the name “Chinese Taipei”.[69] “Taiwan authorities” is sometimes used by the PRC to refer to the current government in Taiwan.[70]

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その経済貿易規模も大きいことなどから、日本やアメリカ、イギリスフランスなどをはじめとする主要国とは国交こそないものの、形式上非政府組織の窓口機関を通じて外交業務を行っているため、事実上の国交があると言える状態にある。世界貿易機関 (WTO) のように、主権国家ではなく、領域を代表するものとして中華民国政府の加盟を認めた国連機関もある。





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As Beijing takes tougher line on self-ruled island, the situation ‘could turn quite serious,’ Taiwan defense chief warns

Oct. 27, 2022 10:00 am ET

TAIPEI—For political and military leaders on this democratically self-ruled island, the view across the Taiwan Strait looks a lot more ominous.

On Saturday, the Chinese Communist Party amended its charter to include the phrase “firmly oppose Taiwan independence,” amplifying language that had previously only called for strengthening unity among all Chinese nationals. The following day, as Xi Jinping embarked on his third five-year term as Communist Party leader, the party shuffled China’s political and military leadership, elevating a military commander familiar with Taiwan to a top spot within the Chinese equivalent of the Pentagon.

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