Be it the Indo-Pacific strategy of the European Union or the diplomatic dispute between Lithuania and Beijing, Taiwan has been making the headlines recently and as an item on the agenda in Brussels in recent months. This month, the European Parliament wants to raise the pressure on the EU Commission to take actual measures: For the first time, the EU Parliament will vote on a stand-alone report on relations with Taipei. It is highly likely to receive a majority in the plenum – and that won’t go down particularly well in Beijing.
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