'..Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen wants to create an alliance to defend "freedom, safety, human rights and democracy" in Asia..'

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'Hong Kong (CNN) - Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen wants to create an alliance to defend "freedom, safety, human rights and democracy" in Asia, as the self-ruled island faces renewed pressure from neighboring China.


"It is time for like-minded countries, and democratic friends... to maintain a strategic order that deters unilateral aggressive actions," she said, adding that no one country could maintain regional peace and security by itself.

"We need a strategic order that encourages cooperation, transparency and problem-solving through dialogue, not threats of war," Tsai continued. "We need a strategy that avoids war, yet clearly conveys our resolve to protect our democracies."

She made clear that Taipei sees the coronavirus as a potential watershed moment for the island: "One day, the current pandemic will recede. But I sincerely believe that the solidarity we develop through our efforts to create a free, open and prosperous region will continue to be a force in the future."

Beijing appears to agree, and is determined to stop that from happening.'

- Taiwan appears determined to create an anti-Beijing alliance as Chinese state media warns of potential sanctions against US, September 9, 2020


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