China is the country where it has border dispute with multiple countries, and Taiwan is one them. It has also big dispute of border with India too. The current situation can anytime turn in to china Taiwan war but china is holding back his horses just because of America, because America is strongly supporting Taiwan.
There is much disagreement over Taiwan’s political situation, which is a challenging issue. There are only two nations in the world that identify as China. The majority of people who hear the name China immediately conjure up the People’s Republic of China (PRC). Both China and the Republic of China (ROC) use the same name. The majority of the world knows it better as Taiwan.
When Taiwan Belonged to China
For a long time, Taiwan was a part of China. Japan illegally occupied Taiwan and Penghu following the First Sino-Japanese War. The Japanese gave Taiwan back to the Chinese following World War II. The ROC government retreated to Taiwan in 1949 after losing a civil war. Taiwan and a number of adjacent islands came under its control. China’s mainland was under PRC authority. Additionally, it claimed ownership of the other islands as well as the island of Taiwan, officially known as Taiwan Province.
The ROC claimed to be the legitimate government of China, representing not just mainland China but also Taiwan and Mongolia. The ROC lost its seat at the UN in 1971 to China. The PRC was allocated the seat in its place. As a result, China’s PRC became its legitimate international government. The PRC is recognised as China’s government by the majority of nations. Many nations, including the US, have taken care to avoid stating explicitly which regions of the original China are a part of the PRC. Taiwan has formal diplomatic ties with 14 nations. The main issue is whether Taiwan should be an independent nation or remain a part of the PRC.
What is the current status of Taiwan?
Since 1895, the Chinese mainland has not controlled Taiwan. Taiwan is a democracy today. China is governed by a communist party. The concept of freedom in communism is distinct from how people see freedom in democracies.
Taiwanese individuals hold a variety of opinions, and it is challenging to determine what the majority of them think because even tiny adjustments in the wording of surveys can significantly alter the findings. Taiwan was returned to mainland China by Japan after World War 2. The Chinese Nationalist Party’s refugee government fled to Taiwan after the Chinese Civil War was defeated and despoiled the regime.
Taiwan’s government is still not a legitimate political force today. The communist party controls the mainland of China. In communism, people have a different conception of freedom than they do in capitalism. A sizable portion of Taiwanese citizens desire to join Communist China. Some Taiwanese citizens favour Taiwan’s formal declaration of independence as the Republic of Taiwan. The majority of Taiwanese citizens prefer things to stay just as they are.
Is Taiwan still claiming China?
In an effort to regain mainland China, the Republic of China government took Taiwan back from Japan in 1945 and retreated to Taiwan in 1949. Both the ROC and the PRC continue to formally (and in their own constitutions) declare that Taiwan and mainland China are a part of their respective regions.