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Bucking China pressure, Taiwan, Somaliland establish ties

Seattle Times Monday, 6 July 2020
TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — Taiwan has scored a rare diplomatic victory in establishing relations with the independent region of Somaliland. Intense pressure from China has reduced self-governing, democratic Taiwan to having just 15 diplomatic allies and being excluded from the United Nations and most other international organizations where Beijing has leverage. China claims Taiwan as […]
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