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Taiwan's Participation in International Organizations: Obstacles, Strategies, Patterns?

  • Jana Sehnálková
  • Ondřej Kučera

Abstract

The founding of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in 1949 and the simultaneous transfer of the Republic of China’s (ROC/Taiwan) government to Taiwan created, in fact, two political entities, one on each side of the Taiwan Strait, both of which formally claim to be China.

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United Nation World Trade Organization Asian Development Bank International Olympie Comrnittee Intergovernmental Organization 
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  • Jana Sehnálková
  • Ondřej Kučera

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