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Eighth, in the UN Charter’s Chapter 11: Declaration regarding Non-Governing territories, Articles 73, 77 and 78 specify the rights of these territories.

Lastly, Taiwan’s status quo is clearly regulated in the San Francisco Peace Treaty. Japan renounced the right, title and claim to Formosa and the Pescadores, and the US is the principal occupying power. The San Francisco Peace Treaty was signed in 1951, long after the establishment of the UN in 1945.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs invited Ku to attend the ROC Chinese Society of International Law. Ku then turned around to play a different tune of love for Taiwan and Ma accepted it without any rebuttal. That is a shame.

While Japan and the US are busy planning the collective self-defense to protect Taiwan, in spite of the legal or illegal issue, how does Taiwan plan to defend itself? What is Taiwan’s CSD plan?

John Hsieh

Hayward, California

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