Hey, Taiwan history buffs, April 17 is the anniversary of what important document in Taiwan history?
Political developments in Taiwan over the past year have effectively ended the independence movement there. What had been a major source of regional instability — and the most likely source of a great-power war anywhere in the world — has become increasingly irrelevant.
My old post on it is still as relevant as ever. I just thought I’d post on this as I contemplate a populace which, in the under-45 demographic, is post-independence: it has already embraced independence and has moved on to other things.
So Robert Ross, how is that fading independence movement hitting ya?
Yeah, I thought so.