Sino-Japanese Peace Treaty

Sino-Japanese Peace Treaty

Sino-Japanese Peace Treaty

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The Sino-Japanese Peace Treaty (, ), commonly known as the Treaty of Taipei () as it was signed in Taipei, was a peace treaty between Japan and the Republic of China (ROC) concluded on April 28, 1952. This treaty was necessary, because neither the Republic of China nor the People's Republic of China was invited to sign the Treaty of San Francisco due to disagreements by other countries as to which government was the legitimate government of China during and after the Chinese Civil War. Under pressure from the United States, Japan signed a separate peace treaty with the Republic of China to bring the war between the two states to a formal end with the victory by the ROC. Although the ROC itself was not a participant of San Francisco Peace Treaty due to the resumption of Chinese Civil War after 1945, this treaty largely correlates itself to the San Francisco Peace Treaty. In particular, ROC waived service compensation to Japan in this treaty with respect to Article 14 (a) 1 of the San Francisco Treaty.

Summary of Treaty

Treaty of Taipei largely correlates itself to the terms of the Treaty of San Francisco, recognizing that in the Treaty of San Francisco (which entered into force April 28, 1952) Japan renounced all right, title, and claim concerning Taiwan, the Pescadores, the Spratlys, and the Paracels.

Key Articles

Article 2
Reiterates the provision of the San Francisco Peace Treaty whereby Japan renounced all right, title, and claim to Taiwan and......
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