China Opens UN door for Taiwan

Jennings, Ralph
October 2013
Chinese American Forum;Oct2013, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p15
An excerpt from the article published by the news organization Christian Science Monitor in the September 2013 issue which discusses the growing relationship between China and Taiwan and about Taiwan attending the United Nations event.


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