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After a Setback in Honduras, Taiwan’s Diplomacy Gets a Small Boost in the South Pacific

The Fijian government allowed Taiwan to reinstate the old name of its representative office in the South Pacific island country to include its official moniker “The Republic of China.”

While a simple name change may not seem like a big deal, in the context of the China-Taiwan rivalry, the use of language to describe Taiwan remains one of the main points of contention.

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