A. L e Roy Bennett and James K. Oliver, International Organizations. Chp.5 Some Basic Issues of the United Nations . SOME BASIC ISSUES OF THE UNITED NATIONS.
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A. Le Roy Bennett and James K. Oliver, International Organizations
Some Basic Issues of the United Nations
The representatives of the PRC first attended the United Nations, including the United Nations Security Council, as China's representatives on November 25, 1971, replacing the ROC delegates. As a result, Taiwan does not have the ability to send a Permanent Representative to represent the ROC at the UN. The PRC vigorously opposes any move seen to be endorsement of Taiwan as an independent sovereign state or as a rival "China".
Beginning in 1950, the issue appeared annually among the General Assembly’s items of business. A debate was avoided from 1951 to 1960 by the adoption of a proposal to postpone action.
The same problem of Chinese representation was raised from time to time in the Security Council, and the Soviet representatives absented themselves from the Council for nearly seven months in early 1950 in protest against the continued seating of the Taiwan representatives.