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Taiwan: One China Revisited

the leaky pen explains his doubts about the U.S.'s one-China policy. “As support for the one-China policy, many pro-China folks in Taiwan and abroad like to use the argument that “since the rest of the world says that Taiwan is not a country, it isn't. Therefore, Taiwanese demands for recognition are outrageous.” By way of analogy, this is a bit like saying that “Palestine isn't a [recognized] country, so it's plain wrong for the Palestinians to insist on their sovereignty/nationhood.”

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