Pubblicato in: Cina, Geopolitica America Latina.

Nicaragua. Cessa le relazioni con Taiwan, che riconosce essere territorio cinese.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2021-12-12.

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«It’s a gift for the so-called summit for democracy, and a slap in the face for the US and Taiwan»

Questa manovra diplomatica è una ulteriore débâcle della Harris-Biden Administration, la quale si ritrova sempre più isolata sul proscenio politico mondiale.

Al momento, gli stati che riconoscono Taiwan sono solo 14.

Joe Biden ha ridotto l’America al rango dei burattini senza credibilità alcuna, Afganistan docet.

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«Nicaragua ends relations with Taiwan in diplomatic victory for China»

«Nicaragua’s government has broken off diplomatic relations with Taiwan and embraced Beijing, declaring “there is only one China in the world.”»

«The Nicaraguan announcement now leaves a little more than a dozen countries that maintain official diplomatic relations with self-ruled Taiwan»

«The People’s Republic of China is the only legitimate government representing all of China and Taiwan is an undoubted part of the Chinese territory …. The government of the Republic of Nicaragua breaks diplomatic relations with Taiwan as of today and stopped having any contact or official relationship»

«Beijing refuses to maintain diplomatic ties with any country that recognizes Taiwan»

«The number of countries that have diplomatic relations with Taiwan rather than Beijing has shrunk rapidly in recent years»

«In 2018, El Salvador, Burkina Faso and the Dominican Republic all said they would no longer recognize Taipei, followed by the Solomon Islands and Kiribati in 2019»

«The One-China principle is a consensus widely accepted by the international community and allows no challenge»

«Thursday’s announcement leaves Taiwan with just 14 diplomatic allies, mostly small nations in the Caribbean and the Pacific, as well as the Vatican»

«A US State Department spokesperson said in a statement the decision to severe ties with Taiwan “deprives Nicaragua’s people of a steadfast partner in its democratic and economic growth …. We encourage all countries that value democratic institutions, transparency, the rule of law, and promoting economic prosperity for their citizens to expand engagement with Taiwan»

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«It’s a gift for the so-called summit for democracy, and a slap in the face for the US and Taiwan …. All Taiwanese embassy officials and engineers stationed in Nicaragua will be recalled …. Taiwan also risks losing Honduras» [South China Morning Post]

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L’elenco degli insuccessi più clamorosi di Joe Biden sarebbe davvero molto lungo. Ne riportiamo solo alcuni.

G20. Prima giornata. Una altra disastrosa débâcle dei liberal. Contano quasi nulla.

Afganistan. Biden, lo zimbello del mondo. I media lo abbandonano irati. Terrorismo.

Cop26. O l’ovest paga oppure India resterà a lungo con il carbone. ~5 trilioni di Usd.

Questa nuova débâcle di Joe Biden segna la tappa epocale della perdita di controllo delle UN.

G20. Roma. Cina, Russia ed India non vogliono abbandonare il carbone.

Cina. Silura ed affonda con scherno COP26. Costruirà nuove centrali a carbone e petrolio.

Biden. Anche i democratici si stanno ribellando pensando a midterm. Trombati.

Usa. Nonfarm Payrolls 253,000. La débâcle economica di Joe Biden.

Cina. Biden travolto da critiche interne ed estere per la vergognosa débâcle in Afganistan.

La lenta agonia di Joe Biden e dei democratici. L’anno prossimo potrebbero implodere.

Biden. Immettere due trilioni Usd bloccherà l’inflazione.  La gente sghignazza. – Bloomberg.

Biden. Il re dei trasformisti. Ecco cosa diceva ed ecco cosa ha fatto.

Usa. Oct21. PCI, Indice dei Prezzi al Consumo, +6.2% anno su anno.

Virginia. Analisi di un Elettorato mutato, contagioso per tutta la America. Midterm è vicino.

Germania lascia il Consiglio di Sicurezza Onu. ‘Che liberazione!’ dice la Cina.

Dushanbe. Russia e Cina integrano l’Iran nello SCO. Altra débâcle irredimibile di Joe Biden.

Cina. 2020. Gli Investimenti Diretti Esteri in Cina superano quelli negli Stati Uniti.

Cina. Si avvia alla maggioranza nelle Nazioni Unite.

Questa nuova débâcle di Joe Biden segna la tappa epocale della perdita di controllo delle UN.

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«It’s a gift for the so-called summit for democracy, and a slap in the face for the US and Taiwan»

Gli Stati Uniti sono in piena crisi da stagflazione, che la Harris-Biden Administration con la Fed ha potentemente concorso a generare. La crisi economica si associa ad una sempre più evidente devoluzione politica, domestica ed internazionale.

Nessuno si fida più di Joe Biden e dell’America, che rimangono soli soletti in compagnia della stagflazione.

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Nicaragua ends relations with Taiwan in diplomatic victory for China

Nicaragua’s government has broken off diplomatic relations with Taiwan and embraced Beijing, declaring “there is only one China in the world.”

The Nicaraguan announcement now leaves a little more than a dozen countries that maintain official diplomatic relations with self-ruled Taiwan, including fellow Central American nations Honduras and Guatemala.

“The People’s Republic of China is the only legitimate government representing all of China and Taiwan is an undoubted part of the Chinese territory,” Nicaragua’s Foreign Minister Denis Moncada said in a televised announcement from capital city Managua on Thursday.

“The government of the Republic of Nicaragua breaks diplomatic relations with Taiwan as of today and stopped having any contact or official relationship,” he said.

Mainland China and Taiwan have been governed separately since the end of the Chinese civil war more than 70 years ago. Taiwan is now a flourishing multi-party democracy, but the mainland’s ruling Chinese Communist Party regards the island as an inseparable part of its territory — despite having never controlled it

Beijing refuses to maintain diplomatic ties with any country that recognizes Taiwan and has spent much of the past 40 years attempting to isolate the island by chipping away at its diplomatic allies with offers of economic support.

The number of countries that have diplomatic relations with Taiwan rather than Beijing has shrunk rapidly in recent years as China looks to ramp up its global influence under President Xi Jinping.

In 2018, El Salvador, Burkina Faso and the Dominican Republic all said they would no longer recognize Taipei, followed by the Solomon Islands and Kiribati in 2019.

And Nicaragua might not be the last nation to switch from Taiwan to China in 2021 either.

Honduran President-elect Xiomara Castro has publicly floated the idea of ditching her country’s diplomatic ties with Taipei, leading to a concerted effort by President Tsai Ing-wen and her government to solidify ties with the Central American nation.

China’s ambassador to the United Nations Zhang Jun said on Twitter Friday that he “highly commended” Nicaragua’s decision to end diplomatic relations with Taiwan, “which is in line with the prevailing trend of the time and people’s aspiration.”

“The One-China principle is a consensus widely accepted by the international community and allows no challenge,” he said.

Under Xi, relations between Taipei and Beijing have deteriorated to levels not seen in decades. In October, China’s military sent a record number of warplanes into the air around the island, amid threats of further military action. Meanwhile, the United States — which switched diplomatic recognition from Taipei to Beijing in 1979 — has sought to bolster Taiwan on the world stage with large arms sales and high-profile visits by American officials.

Thursday’s announcement leaves Taiwan with just 14 diplomatic allies, mostly small nations in the Caribbean and the Pacific, as well as the Vatican.

In a statement, Taiwan’s Foreign Ministry expressed “pain and regret” at the news and said it would in turn sever diplomatic relations with Nicaragua, halt bilateral cooperation, and evacuate staffers from the country.

“The Ortega presidency disregarded the long-term friendship between Taiwanese and Nicaraguan that shared weal and woe. We are very sorry to see that,” it said, referring to Nicaragua’s recently reelected leader Daniel Ortega.

“Taiwan as a part of international society has the right to diplomatic relations with other countries. We will continue to promote “Steadfast Diplomacy” to expand our international surviving space, dedicating ourselves into maintaining regional peace and stability, fighting for the international status that we deserve, and protecting this nation’s interests and the benefit of the people,” Taiwan’s statement added.

A US State Department spokesperson said in a statement the decision to severe ties with Taiwan “deprives Nicaragua’s people of a steadfast partner in its democratic and economic growth.”

“We encourage all countries that value democratic institutions, transparency, the rule of law, and promoting economic prosperity for their citizens to expand engagement with Taiwan,” the statement said.

But speaking on Friday, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi accused the US of a “double standard,” according to state-run broadcaster CCTV, pointing out that Washington has for decades maintained diplomatic relations with Beijing.

“What right (does the US) have to stop other sovereign states from making their own choices?” Wang said.

According to Taiwan’s official Central News Agency, this is not the first time Nicaragua has broken ties with the self-governing island. It previously switched recognition to Beijing in 1985 — also under President Ortega, who is currently serving his fifth non-consecutive term.

The two countries resumed ties in 1990, during the presidency of Violeta Barrios de Chamorro, CNA reported.