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(82) Who is Responsible for Taiwan's Defense? | Taiwan: September 4, 1945
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"Who is Responsible for Taiwan's Defense?" Part 82 | Taiwan: September 4, 1945
Taiwan Defense Series
Taiwan's defense has been a topic of discussion for decades, as tensions between Taiwan and China have remained high. With Taiwan's strategic location in East Asia and its importance as a hub for trade and commerce, it's no surprise that its defense has become a major concern for policymakers around the world. On our YouTube channel, we'll explore the question of who is responsible for Taiwan's defense and the various factors that contribute to the country's security.
One of the most important factors in Taiwan's defense is its relationship with China. Taiwan and China have a complex history, with both countries claiming to be the legitimate government of China. China has repeatedly threatened to use military force to reunify Taiwan with the mainland, leading to increased regional tensions. As such, Taiwan's defense strategy is largely focused on deterring China from taking aggressive action against the areas of “Formosa and the Pescadores.”
In recent years, Taiwan has also increased its focus on cybersecurity and information security as part of its defense strategy. With the rise of cyberattacks and disinformation campaigns, Taiwan recognizes that it must be prepared to defend itself against these types of threats as well. To this end, the “country” has invested heavily in developing its cybersecurity infrastructure. Whether Taiwan needs to allocate a substantial budget to coordinate with both military personnel and computer experts from other countries to effectively respond to cyber threats is another topic open to debate.
The premise of the current series of films is that for some entity to be legally responsible for Taiwan’s defense, it must be able to offer some international legal references that it is holding Taiwan’s sovereignty. In films #1 to #20 of this series, after the examination of all relevant data, we offer some initial conclusions, finding that neither the “Republic of China,” the “Taiwan governing authorities,” nor the yet-to-be-founded “Taiwan Republic” fulfill this condition.
However, adopting a humble attitude, and being willing to admit that our overview of this subject matter may not have been thorough enough, we have produced an additional sixty films analyzing this “Taiwan sovereignty” issue from multiple perspectives.
For more information, related webpage LINKs, and contact email please visit the LINK given at the end of each video.
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