BACKGROUND: I have been researching the question of Taiwan's international legal status for many years. I have many written articles, commentaries, webpages, etc. which I can share with you. Additionally it would be great if you could do some of your own research.
According to the research I have personally conducted, after the military troops of Chiang Kai-shek arrived in Taiwan in Oct. 1945, they began committing violations of the laws of war almost immediately. All in all, they committed many serious violations of the laws of war in the period of 1945 - 1950. (I have a listing of these I can give you for initial reference.) Many people say that the Republic of China on Taiwan meets the Montevideo Convention's criteria for statehood. (Some people use "FOUR CRITERIA" to discuss this issue, others use an expanded list of EIGHT OR MORE criteria.) However, I believe this is in error. In my opinion, the ROC does not qualify. Why? It is because many of the ROC's supposed "qualifying criteria" are actually based on violations of the laws of war committed in the 1945 - 1950 period.
NEEDED REPORT CONTENT: I need a report which discusses these issues. In terms of content, there is a need to thoroughly overview why the ROC on Taiwan does not meet the criteria for statehood. I presume that this would be primarily discussed from the viewpoint of the violations of the laws of war. Additionally, I need to know if these violations can be spoken of as "war crimes" .... because no charges have ever been filed. (!) And I would like to ascertain, what actions should the United States military authorities have taken, beginning in 1945, to avoid these violations having ever taken place?? Or what corrective actions should have been taken quickly after the violations took place ... ?? What actions would have been appropriate when the ROC military authorities overstepped their bounds?? (Wrongful actions by the ROC military authorities included Announcement of Taiwan Retrocession Day, Mass Naturalization of local populace, Implementation of ROC Constitution, Seizure of Japanese Assets, Military Conscription over Local Populace, etc.) Notably, Taiwan was not awarded to "China" in the post-war San Francisco Peace Treaty of 1952. Taiwan remained as occupied territory.
And what about today? Are these still considered war crimes? There is no statute of limitation on war crimes. But the "ROC on Taiwan" is not a member of the United Nations. The Taiwanese people cannot file suit in the ICJ. The ROC courts in Taiwan will obviously not accept this line of reasoning. So, what activities can the local Taiwan populace take to rectify the many abuses they have suffered over the past 70 years? Taiwan does not belong to the Republic of China, and yet the local populace is forced to live under the ROC regime. The local populace is forced to carry ROC identification documents and passports. (!) Surely there must be some method of dealing with this problem. (?) Importantly, how can the existence of these "war crimes" be shown to the international community, and a call for sanctions (or other appropriate action) be made against the ROC regime?
[ [ The above is an overview of the content which I need in the report, and the questions which need to be answered. As I mentioned at the outset, I will give you all relevant online links to the research I have done so far ..... ] ] For reference, I am initially hoping for bids at approx. US$ 65.00, with a completion period of ten days or so ...
For those persons interested in undertaking this project, I have uploaded seven informative files to the following subdirectory --
In addition to doing your own research, I suggest that you use the content of these for reference. The mont_conv_report.docx is the main file.
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