Taiwan's Tsai invites Beijing to find solution to stalemate

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen took issue with China’s military activities around Taiwan over the past year in her New Year’s address on Friday, saying both sides should engage in “meaningful dialogue” to manage their differences. Tsai said China’s frequent maritime and air activities in the vicinity of the self-ruled island that Beijing considers a renegade Chinese province have not only undermined relations across the Taiwan Strait, but they threaten the peace and stability of the Indo-Pacific region. “I want to reaffirm that in dealing with cross-strait relations, we will uphold our principl…

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