Taiwan’s International Role Before and After Withdraw from the United Union

 Republic of China was one of the most important members in UN
    Republic of China was one of the countries which created and developed United Union in 1945, with France, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America. Republic of China was not only the original members of United Nations, but also was 1 out of 5 of permanent members of the United Nations Security Council.   But the situation has been changed step by step after the People’s Republic of China established.
    Republic of China had represented the whole China, including Taiwan, Jinmen, and Mazhu in the international stage, playing the role with exercising of rights and obligations in the United Nations. After KMT lose the Chinese Civil war, moved the capital to Taipei; On Oct. 1st, 1949, People’s Republic of China showed up, saying that New China is the only government whom can represent and govern the whole China, including Taiwan, there is only one “China” and that is People’s Republic of China. New China wanted to replace the representation of Republic of China in the United Nations. Since then, the problem of Chinese representative has begun until now.
    It was not that easy for People’s Republic of China replace the Republic of China at that time, because Republic of China had built up good relations between some of the powerful countries, especially The United State. During the Cold War and Korea war, Republic of China got closer with the United State.
 Still not easy for the PRC to replace ROC even after establishment.  
    After the establish of PRC, on Nov. 15th, the Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of PRC, Zhou Enlai, called to the President of United Nations, Carlos Rómulo and the Secretary General Trygue Lie, said that PRC was the only legal government whom could represent China, asked for canceling all the rights of the ROC. This motion was sent into the general assembly by...