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Vol 4 (AAC) No 5

Published 1st March 2011


A new nation

Once an opponent of South Sudanese secession, then diplomatically agnostic, China is now making up for lost time in shoring up relations with the soon-to-be-independent Government of Southern Sudan to protect its current interests and develop new ones. The formation of a new state is a rare opportunity for Taiwan to win a new diplomatic ally, but such an alliance is unlikely.

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