Talking Up War Over Taiwan Flouts Reason, Fact, Judgment and Australia’s National Interest
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Talking Up War Over Taiwan Flouts Reason, Fact, Judgment and Australia’s National Interest

EAST ASIA FORUM

APLN Chair and Distinguished Honorary Professor Gareth Evans writes for East Asia Forum on the conflict in Taiwan. Evans says no forceful action is inevitable in this region and diplomacy still has a chance to resolve the issue. He makes suggestion for diplomatic position of the Australian Government, and emphasizes  the importance of being a good international citizen, using China’s diplomatic situation with Taiwan as an example. Read more.

 

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