Teroristické útoky na New York a Washington nebyly jen celoamerickou tragédií, ale také něčím, co bohužel svědčí o stavu dnešní Číny a co navždy změní čínské dějiny. Oficiální i neoficiální reakce na události z 11. září toho totiž nemálo odhalují o čínské vládě a společnosti.
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The goal of US policy toward the island should be to reduce uncertainty about America’s intentions and its ability to make good on them, while underscoring to Chinese leaders the economic and military costs of aggression. As much as China’s leaders want Taiwan, they also want to maintain power and the Communist Party’s political monopoly.
explains why the island’s status is a situation that must be managed, not a problem that can be solved.
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