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Sir Isaac and the Law of Gravity in the Strait

Poster:Post date:2010-01-08
Catergory:Commentaries
Region:(Cross-Strait)
Issue:(Cross-Strait Issues)
(Taipei Times,  By James Holmes) If Newtonian logic governs cross-strait affairs, a glance at the map implies that Taiwan will be drawn into China’s orbit. But Taiwanis better equipped than 19th-­century CubaHawaii or the Philippines to defy political gravity. 
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