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Basic factors preventing China solving Taiwan problem by force around the founding of the PRC

LIU Ge(College of Arts and Law, Yanshan University, Qinhuangdao 066004, China)  
United States’ real policy in Taiwan, Chinese Communist Party Central Military Committee’s determination in liberating Taiwan, and the military technology and equipment of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army were the important factors that prevented China solving Taiwan problem by force around the founding of the PRC. Through the analysis of the above factors, the paper concludes that the United States had deliberate policy in controlling Taiwan and the basic factor that prevented China solving the Taiwan problem by force was neither the Chinese Communist Party Central Military Committee’s determination nor the possible intervention of the United States, but the lack of military technology and equipment of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army.
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