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Taiwan President Tsai calls for stability in China relations

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By JOHNSON LAI

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Stability. That's not much to ask, is it?

What Taiwan needs is more real political support from the international community, and not the craven kowtowing to the PRC that has resulted in Taiwan's virtual diplomatic isolation from most of the rest of the world.

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She'll be arrested when China takes control of Taiwan in the coming decade.

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It seems that the PRC has educated the Chinese masses to see the political rulers of Taiwan as nothing but criminals.

This woman seems to be doing a good job.

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Of course, the best solution for China is the German solution. Provinces, starting with the SARs and other littoral areas, abandon the People's Republic and rejoin the Republic. Eventually we would have a fully free and democratic China and the PRC would follow the DDR and the Soviet Union into well-deserved oblivion.

Unfortunately this progression is not realistic in the near-term. For now all we can do is to bolster and maintain Taiwan, politically and militarily, so that the Chinese people have a constant and close reminder that Chinese society is not incompatible with freedom and pluralism.

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