Probably, the most common phrase of recent weeks was “Taiwan is not Ukraine”, necessarily followed by the comparison of scenarios of the Chinese-Taiwanese conflict with Ukraine’s struggle against the Russian aggression. Moreover, a common feature of the two specified conflicts is that both Ukraine and Taiwan, as democratic countries that historically chose freedom and independence, are fully supported by developed countries in their confrontation with two powerful authoritarian states.
The Russian aggression against Ukraine and the courageous struggle of the Ukrainian people have actualised discussions about the direction in which events around Taiwan will develop in the near future, and what consequences this will have for Taiwan and the world community. In this publication from the Razumkov Centre, Vasyl Yurchyshyn analyses the situation.
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