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Cross-Strait relations (sometimes called Mainland–Taiwan relations or Taiwan–China relations ) refer to the relationship between the following two political entities, which are separated by the Taiwan Strait in the west Pacific Ocean: Wikipedia

  • Political status of Taiwan

    Result of the Chinese Civil War and the subsequent split of China into the two present-day self-governing entities of the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China (ROC; commonly known as "Taiwan"). Effectively separate self-governing entity; become part of the PRC under the existing communist government; convert the ROC to a new "Republic of Taiwan"; unite with the mainland under the ROC government ; or merge with the mainland under newly formed alternative (federal) government (such as Federal Republic of China or United States of China). Wikipedia

  • Taiwan

    Country in East Asia. Neighbouring countries include the People's Republic of China (PRC) to the northwest, Japan to the northeast, and the Philippines to the south. Wikipedia

  • Kinmen

    County of the Republic of China located in the Taiwan Strait between the island of Taiwan and mainland China. Kinmen Island. Wikipedia

  • Fujian–Taiwan relationship

    Located in mainland China, and Taiwan, which is across the Taiwan Strait. 180 kilometers, Fujian and Taiwan are adjacent, similar in both climate and environment. Wikipedia

  • Chinese unification

    Potential unification of territory currently controlled by the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China under one political entity, possibly the formation of a political union between the two republics. One of the main proposals to address questions on the political status of Taiwan, which is a central focus of Cross-Strait relations. Wikipedia

  • Taiwan independence movement

    Political movement to seek formal international recognition of Taiwan as an independent, sovereign nation and in opposition to Chinese unification. Ambiguous. Wikipedia

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    • The official position of the United States is that the PRC is expected to "use no force or threat[en] to use force against Taiwan" and the ROC is to "exercise prudence in managing all aspects of Cross-Strait relations."Taiwan-Wikipedia
    • These claims are controversial because of the complicated Cross-Strait relations, with the PRC treating the One-China policy as one of its most important diplomatic principles.China-Wikipedia
    • Even after the severing of diplomatic relations with the Republic of China on 3 October 1990 in favour of the People's Republic, the Singapore government maintains a policy of neutrality in the Cross-Strait relations between the two sides.Lee Hsien Loong-Wikipedia
    • Others use the term "Taiwan Strait Issue" because it implies nothing about sovereignty and because "Cross-Strait relations" is a term used by both the ROC and the PRC to describe their interactions.Political status of Taiwan-Wikipedia
    • This is a significant point in the history of Cross-Strait relations in that a president of the ROC no longer claims administrative authority over mainland China.One-China policy-Wikipedia
    • Until the 1970s, the KMT successfully pushed ahead with land reforms, developed the economy, implemented a democratic system in a lower level of the government, improved relations between Taiwan and the mainland and created the Taiwan economic miracle.Kuomintang-Wikipedia

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