The UN never became directly concerned over the events of the Chinese civil war while it was being fought. It was regarded as the internal affair of China (even though both sides denounced the support allegedly being given to their opponents by outside sources). But the victory of the communist forces in China, together with the retention by their opponents of a precarious foothold in Taiwan and a few other territories, brought a number of problems in the years that followed.
KeywordsSecurity Council Offshore Island Communist State South East ASIAN Armistice Agreement
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