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China need to deal with the Taiwan issue without a war

China need to deal with the Taiwan issue without a war

The truth is, according to international law, the UN, the USA, Europe, and other entities, Taiwan is a part of China. However, laws can only be enforced on weaker powers, and that's why 50% of Mexican territories such as Texas, California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, and parts of Colorado, Wyoming, Kansas, and Oklahoma, no longer belong to Mexico.
Military wise, China can easily takeover Taiwan. But China cannot win the war. So maybe before going to war, Xi need to read first the genius Chinese book The Art of War, by Sun Tzu:

“The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting”.

“Every battle is won before it is fought.”

“Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat”.

"The wise warrior avoids the battle”.

“Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win.”

"The art of war" is to win Taiwan without military conflict. China succeeded in the 2019-20 Hong Kong war against the US, UK, Canada, and Australia by being more attractive to the 99.9% of Hong Kong citizens who refused other countries' offers of free citizenship and chose to remain under Chinese rule, and powerful benefits.

Therefore, "The Art of War" should guide also the approach to Taiwan, emphasizing the avoidance of military conflict and allowing the economy, culture, and other attractive factors to win the ongoing war between the US and China over Taiwan.

While the US must always have some military operation somewhere as part of its economy, the last thing China needs (now or ever) is a war. It's time for the Chinese government to follow the wisdom of Sun Tzu and avoid military conflicts. Neither China nor Taiwan needs it, and the US doesn't need it either. A world war is the last thing the world needs right now.
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