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For a long time Treaty of Peace with Japan signed in 1951 has become a pretext for Taidu advocates to claim that the status of Taiwan by international law is uncertain, mainly because in the treaty Jap only forsook the island but did not say to whom it belongs. Recently, DPP rekindled the issue, and even "Academia Historica" helped to back such a stark fallacy.
For crying out loud! The treaty was so signed under the condition that Jap accepted "unconditional" surrender in 1945, so it had to give up all the loots it promised, and absolutely having no rights to determine who would be the new owner(s). No doubt of it, Taiwan belongs to China according to Cairo Declaration and Potsdam Declaration, on which Jap yielded unconditionally.
I got two videos from LINE yesterday, in which Mr. Cai Zhengyuan (蔡正元) expounded the so-called "uncertain status of Taiwan" from the viewpoints of history and international law.
I spent two hours to finish them all, I hope you could do the same.
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