|Titre :||China - Taiwan Relations : Taiwan and China Seek Lessons from Ukraine as Taiwan’s International Position Strengthens|
|Auteurs :||J. Keegan, Auteur|
|Type de document :||Articles|
|Année de publication :||2022|
|Article en page(s) :||12p.|
The year 2022 in cross-Strait relations began quite predictably. Both sides repeated their calls for reconciliation, but in completely incompatible terms. Chinese leaders signaled somewhat obscurely that a new tougher Taiwan policy might be announced at the Chinese Communist Party’s Twentieth Party Congress scheduled for this fall, which could further increase cross-Strait tensions. This predictability was upended by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. China insisted that this international confrontation had no lessons for the purely domestic matter of reunifying Taiwan. Nonetheless, China, Taiwan, and the US have all begun seeking military lessons from the Ukraine War.
|Source du document :||Comparative Connections, 2022, Vol. 24, No. 1, pp 89-100|
|En ligne :||https://units.mil.intra/sites/UBDef-BUDef/_layouts/DocIdRedir.aspx?ID=UBDEF-32-15024|