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It also comes amid several recent successes by China in luring away some of the few nations that diplomatically recognize the democratically self-ruled island. While Taipei battles to keep its remaining formal allies, it is keen to deepen strategic ties with larger regional powers, sensing an opportunity as they too seek to cope with a rising China, Taiwanese officials say. “We want Taiwan and those countries to have more in-depth understanding of the strategic or security environment we are in,” Taiwan’s Foreign Minister Joseph Wu told Reuters. As China grows more powerful and assertive, he said “many of these countries feel the pinch and they might want to know more about Taiwan as an interest to them, rather than something they want to avoid.” China considers democratic Taiwan to be a wayward province and has never renounced the use of force to bring the island under its control. It has intensified military activity surrounding Taiwan in recent years. El Salvador switched ties to Beijing last month, while the Dominican Republic did so in May and Panama changed sides last year – leaving Taiwan with just 17 diplomatic allies, six of which are small Pacific island states. “None of the other regional powers will come close to what Taiwan is doing with the U.S.,” said Bonnie Glaser, a security expert at Washington’s Center for Strategic and International Studies. “But it is clear that there are intersecting interests, and that these are being actively explored.” Washington, like other major powers, maintains a “one China” policy that thwarts formal diplomatic relations with Taipei but remains by far Taiwan’s largest weapons supplier and most powerful international backer. That relationship has been boosted under U.S. President Donald Trump, whose administration is eyeing more weapons sales and is encouraging official exchanges.
Ms Hartley-Brewer said: ‘This is a vote that is only wanted by people who lost’ (Image: BBC/GETTY) Speaking on the BBC’s Question Time programme, which has recently returned to UK screens after the Parliamentary summer recess, Ms Hartley-Brewer expressed her concerns at returning to the British people after a Brexit deal is thrashed out with the EU. The newspaper columnist and political commentator was responding to a question put to the panel by Janet Johnson, who asked whether the UK public should have a final say on the final Brexit deal. She said: “I just think it is great that we are keeping up the EU tradition. “When France voted the ‘wrong way’, they were told to vote again; when Ireland voted the ‘wrong way’, they were told to vote again; when Denmark voted the ‘wrong’ way, they were told to vote again. “And, what a surprise, we voted the ‘wrong’ way and we are going to be told to vote again. “At what point do the British politicians, the British establishment, accept the views of the British people?” The media star insisted the public was being painted as “too ignorant, too stupid, too uneducated and too xenophobic” to know what they were doing when they voted to leave the EU. She said: “Suddenly, we are going to have this moment of clarity when we will have all the information and then we will miraculously make the ‘right’ decision. The televised debate was held in Banbury, Oxfordshire (Image: BBC) “If we don’t get a deal, it is because our ‘wonderful’ friends in the EU want to punish us for having a democratic vote. “And if they want to punish us for having a democratic vote, why on earth would anyone want to remain in that club?” Large numbers of the Question Time audience applauded her words as chair David Dimbleby pressed Ms Brewer on her comments.
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