Protest Threatens Cross-Straits Relations
Cross-straits relations may worsen if secessionist forces in Taiwan challenge the newly passed Anti-Secession Law with provocative actions such as the protest march planned for this weekend, top mainland researchers warned on Thursday.
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- Anti-Secession Law Not Against France's Principle: French PM
- Secessionist Moves Suffer Setback
- No Supplementary Legislation for Anti-Secession Law
- Survey: Chinese Welcome KMT Visit to Mainland
- KMT Trip to Benefit Cross-Straits Relations
- Vigilance Urged Against Secessionists Creating New Tension Across Taiwan Straits
- March Sets Stage for Secessionist Scheming
- Scholar Urges Taiwan to Grasp 'Sincerity and Goodwill' in Hu's Speech
- KMT Vice Chairman to Visit Mainland
- Taiwan Locals Criticize Anti-mainland March
- Full Text of Anti-Secession Law
- Explanations on Draft Anti-Secession Law
- Four-point Guidelines on Cross-Straits Relations Set Forth by President Hu (Full Text)
  The Legislation Process
- Top Legislature Closes Annual Session
- Presidential Order Issued to Promulgate Anti-Secession Law
- Full Text of Anti-Secession Law
- Top Legislature Adopts Anti-Secession Law
- NPC Law Committee's Report on Result of Deliberation of Draft Anti-Secession Law
- Anti-Secession Law Ready for Vote on Monday
  Cross-Straits Relations
- The One-China Principle and the Taiwan Issue
- Jiang on Taiwan Straits
- The Taiwan Question and Reunification of China
- Ye Jianying on Taiwan's Return to Motherland and Peaceful Reunification
- Message to Compatriots in Taiwan
- Sino-US Communique
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