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Andrew DeLuxe
This is part of a larger essay. Taiwan 3 The fact that in this struggle the state development of PRC (continental China) was supported by the USSR and the Republic of China (Taiwan) - by the UK/US is just a historical fact - any centre of concentration, pretending to build a state, always, one way or another, aligned its actions with the interests of already existing states and concentrated control centres, having an interest in the territory, where it is planned to build a state. If, in the former times, almost always it was territories of neighbouring states, with the development of transport, communication and information technologies, the influence on formation of states started to have an effect by the subjects of control, territorially distant from location of the state being formed. This is exactly creation of a global colonial system and the Western expansion in China.
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Jan 21, 2021 8:56 PM
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This is part of a larger essay. Taiwan 3 The fact that in this struggle the state development of PRC (continental China) was supported by the USSR, and that of the Republic of China (Taiwan) by the UK and US (two very different countries!) is just a historical fact: any centre of concentration, pretending to build a state, always, one way or another, aligns its actions with the interests of already existing states and concentrated control centres which have an interest in the territory. If, in former times, it was almost always the territories of neighbouring states which existing control centres were interested in, with the development of transport, communication and (I’ve accidentally deleted whatever you wrote here, sorry! Stick it back in 😂) , more distant control centres are now starting to influence state formation. This means the creation of global colonial systems, and an example is the Western expansion in China.
January 21, 2021
Andrew DeLuxe
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