Very few people know that in 1955 the then US President
Dwight David Eisenhower was caught in an unenviable situation of choosing
between the People’s Republic of China under the Communist regime led by Mao
Tse Tung and the then Formosa or the present Republic of China for a permanent
seat at the UNSC. While Communist revolution was new and was beginning to find
a firm footing in the Chinese mainland or the present People’s Republic of
China, Washington’s blue-eyed boy Seng Kai Sek w...