What are the implications of recognition from the UN?

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State what are the implications of recognition from the United Nations. I need to explain if the People's Republic of China gained anything special from not recognizing Taiwan as a separate, sovereign, country. I need to know if sympathy lies more with Republic of China (Taiwan) or the People's Republic of China.

Sep 14th, 2015

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The recognition of a new State or Government is an act that only other States and Governments may grant or withhold. It generally implies readiness to assume diplomatic relations. The United Nations is neither a State nor a Government, and therefore does not possess any authority to recognize either a State or a Government. As an organization of independent States, it may admit a new State to its membership or accept the credentials of the representatives of a new Government.

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Sep 14th, 2015

Did the People's Republic of China gain anything from not recognizing Taiwan? Does your sympathy lie more with Republic of China (Taiwan) or the People's Republic of China? Why?

Sep 14th, 2015

no and my sympothy lie more with the people b have to deal with all these wars and because they have to deal with all these wars and stuff

Sep 14th, 2015

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