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Taipei calls legislation ‘malicious’ and ‘crude’

September 14, 2018
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Taiwan called China’s proposed law a “blank check” to invade the island. (International Herald Tribune — 9 March, 2005)
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China has unveiled a new law that authorises a military attack ifTaiwan moves toward formal independence, ratcheting up pressure onthe self-ruled island. (Sydney Morning Herald — 8 March, 2005)
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Beijing: China warned yesterday it was prepared to use force to bring Taiwan to heel as it outlined a controversial anti-secession law aimed at the island. (The Australian — 9 March, 2005)
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Taiwan issued a strong protest against China’s draft anti-secession law on Tuesday, saying it ignores the island’s sovereignty and raises tension in the region by giving the Chinese military a blank check to attack. (CNN — 8 March, 2005)
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The Chinese Parliament has begun considering a controversial anti-secession law aimed at stopping moves by Taiwan towards independence The draft of the anti-secession law was this morning put to t (ABC News — 8 March, 2005)
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A new bill effectively pre-authorizes military action if Taiwan takes concrete steps toward independence. (New York Times — 9 March, 2005)
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The United States branded as “unhelpful” China’s new legislationauthorising military force against Taiwan if the island movestoward formal independence, and urged Beijing to reconsider themeasure. (Australian Financial Review — 9 March, 2005)
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China has warned Taiwan it will attack if Taipei approves its own constitution, but both sides could ultimately prove flexible, Tim Luard reports. (BBC News — 10 March, 2005)
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Economic matters have taken center stage in Beijing on day three of China’s annual session of parliament. (CNN — 7 March, 2005)
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Australia has refused to bow to China’s demand to relinquish any obligation it has under the ANZUS alliance to assist Taiwan in the event of a Sino-US conflict. (The Australian — 9 March, 2005)
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Taiwan’s papers are full of advice for the government ahead of a controversial move by China’s National People’s Congress to approve an “anti-secession” law. (BBC News — 7 March, 2005)
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China is demanding that the Howard Government review its 50-year-old military pact with the US, warning that the ANZUS alliance could threaten regional stability if Australia were drawn into Sino-US conflict over Taiwan. (The Australian — 8 March, 2005)
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