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In the 1990s Taiwan began to pose a very complex challenge to the international community The issue is Taiwans attempt to reverse the one China policy From Taiwan position on the one China issue is simple it does not want to become part of Chinas Communist regime It is not above reunification as long as the terms are formed on a mutual agreement On the other hand Chinas perspective on Taiwan is one of nationalism China wants to bring Taiwan into its control trough diplomatic mean So to look at this problem as a singular issue would be pointless To fully understand the problem you have to look at the history of the situation and make an informed choice To address some of the issues those faces this situation and seem to come up over and over The First is one the UNITED STATES promise to promote and help maintain all new democracies and secondly is the threat to china which is rarely examined If China gives into Taiwan on the issue of independence could it stat a movement in other providences that would destroy The Peoples Republic of China and leave it in the same situation as the former soviet bloc countries This issue not only has ramifications in Far East but also in the international community The one China issue and how Taiwan fits in to it is simple Can Taiwan remain a democracy under Chinas rule or can China allow Taiwan to continue to operate independently of the mainland This issue unfortunately is not restricted to Taiwan and China IT has deep influences here in the UNITED STATES With China and the UNITED STATES trying to maintain an active dialogue the issue of Taiwan has and will continue to stress Sino-American relations for years to come To better understand this issue and to find out what is at stake for the region and the world you first have to
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