The diplomatic asolation of Taiwan: Countries withdraw recognition of its sovereignty

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Alejandra Agudelo Cadavid


Sovereignty, Diplomatic Relations, Recognition, reunification, political allies


This article seeks to analyze and report on the current situation in terms of political allies and bilateral relations of the Republic of China (Taiwan) with Latin American countries, speaking especially of the last two diplomatic losses (Nicaragua and Honduras), to then analyze which It is the panorama in which Taiwan would find itself today with what happened especially with Honduras. A previous contextualization of the conflict between China and Taiwan is used to later conclude what the consequences may be or what could happen with the status of the country according to the panorama that is presented throughout the article.


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