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This Review contains major "Taiwan Independence"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.
- Taiwan independence is not synonymous with Taiwan.
- Formal Taiwan independence is also recently seen by Japan as one of the three situations in which another Sino-Japanese war would be triggered.
- Currently, the forces of "Taiwan independence" continue to play with fire and create tension in the Taiwan Straits.
- Taiwan independence has been some of the motivation behind the Taiwanese localization movement.
- This drew an angry reaction from the PRC who believed that Lee was covertly supporting Taiwan independence.
- Within Taiwan, the flag is generally accepted as a national flag by all but the most extreme supporters of Taiwan independence.
- There is, however, a deep dispute between the three main political groups of Taiwan independence, Chinese reunification, and supporters of Chinese culture.
- Ma has expressed mild support for Chinese reunification and opposition to Taiwan independence.
- In addition to the Taiwan independence movement, there are a number of ideologies which exist in opposition to Chinese nationalism.
- Any move to renounce sovereignty over Mongolia is controversial because the PRC claims that it is a prelude to Taiwan independence.
- Others talked of Taiwan independence or becoming a U.S. protectorate.
- The third group was influenced Taiwan independence and tried to get rid of the Japanese colonials to establish a native Taiwanese rule.
- Although the name itself might sound straightforward, "Taiwan independence" has varying definitions with different degrees of support.
- Some persons in the mainland use the past for the present, saying that Zheng Jing was a national splittist and an activist of "Taiwan Independence".
- Many supporters of Taiwan independence see no relevance in preserving the memory of the war of resistance that happened primarily on mainland China.
- This is why some Chinese are uncomfortable with it, while supporters of Taiwan independence tend to be strong promoters of Min- and Hakka-language education.
- Supporters of Taiwan independence tend to believe that either Taiwanese should be preferred or that no language should be preferred.
- The Taiwan Solidarity Union, which advocates a strong line on Taiwan independence, tends to use Taiwanese even in formal press conferences.
- US President George W. Bush said the United States opposed "Taiwan independence" and Taiwan's attempts to unilaterally change the status quo.
- Some Taiwan leaders in recent years have asserted that Taiwan independence is the status quo that should be defended.
- However, the now defunct National Assembly never officially changed the national borders, as China claims this would be "a precursor to Taiwan independence".
- However, the National Assembly has not officially changed the national borders, as this would be seen as a precursor to Taiwan independence.
- The Taiwan independence movement intensified in response to this and presented an alternative vision of a sovereign and independent Republic of Taiwan.
- Originally part of the Taiwan independence movement, its aims are now endorsed by some supporters of Chinese reunification on Taiwan.
- In addition, the recent contentious issue is Taiwan independence, not the desire for one to demonstrate superiority over the other.
- Though he moderated his stance and took conciliatory gestures, Chen remains a highly divisive figure for his position on Taiwan independence.
- The legitimacy of Cairo Declaration has been challenged by the movement of Taiwan independence in recent years.
- Opponents of the KMT include strong supporters of Taiwan independence.
- Although the current government leans toward Taiwan independence it has not formally renounced its jurisdiction over Mainland China (including Tibet).
- Critics accused him of betraying the party he headed, secret support of Taiwan independence, and involvement in black gold politics.
- Instead, the emphasis shifted to co-opting the political opponents of the DPP administration in Taiwan to counter the threat of Taiwan independence.
- The Communist Party of China and Kuomintang today both tend to favor the status quo over Taiwan independence.
- Many Pan-Green supporters seek formal Taiwan independence and for dropping the title of the Republic of China.
- This shows that an alliance of Chinese around the world oppose "Taiwan independence" and promote reunification, is taking shape.
- During the past year, many overseas Chinese have built organizations to oppose "Taiwan independence" and promote reunification.
- Besides groups seeking the reunification of Taiwan with the mainland, there is a Taiwan independence movement that seeks to establish a Taiwanese republic.
- The second view considers the move for Taiwan independence as a nationalist movement.
- Supporters of Taiwan independence have historically held mixed feelings toward Koxinga.
- Chen imposed the attempt of Taiwan independence held by a handful of people on the broad masses of Taiwan compatriots.
- Advocates of Taiwan independence have used this omission to justify self-determination.
- In addition, in more recent years supporters of Taiwan independence have more often relied on arguments based on self-determination and popular sovereignty.
- The relationship with the PRC and the related issues of Taiwan independence and Chinese reunification continue to dominate ROC politics.
- Until the early 1990s, proponents of Taiwan independence argued that they would consider handing Quemoy to the PRC in any negotiated settlement.
- Besides supporters of the current government and the PRC, a Taiwan independence movement has grown prominent, seeking to establish a Taiwanese republic.
- Until the 1990s, the document was considered illegitimate by most supporters of Taiwan independence because of the fact that it was not drafted in Taiwan.
- On the other hand, a number of supporters of Taiwan independence argue that Taiwan was only formally incorporated as a Chinese province in 1885.
- Compatriots in Taiwan have further realized the serious harm "Taiwan independence" can cause.
- What the U.S. said is that "it does not support Taiwan independence", which is not equal to "it is opposed to Taiwan independence".
- The United States does not support Taiwan independence and opposes unilateral steps, by either side, to change the status quo.
- The party also draws on support from supporters of Taiwan independence although here it must compete with the more hardline Taiwan Solidarity Union.
- Since then, the sovereignty of Taiwan has been under dispute between the PRC, ROC and Taiwan independence supporters.
- The legitimacy of the Cairo Declaration has been challenged by Taiwan independence supporters in recent years.
- Supporters of Taiwan Independence contend that Chinese reunification is really Chinese expansionism and, for Taiwan, annexation by China.
- The position of supporters of Taiwan independence is that Taiwan is not part of China and the PRC is the sole legitimate government of China.
- Until the mid- 1990s, supporters of Taiwan independence opposed the Republic of China and supported the creation of an independent Republic of Taiwan.
- Within Taiwan, support for Taiwan independence and Chinese reunification exists as part of a political spectrum with most people in the middle.
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