Taiwan and China Cross-Strait Negotiations: The International Connection (Report) (Conference Notes)
International Journal of Business 2002, Summer, 7, 3
International Journal of Business
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ABSTRACT Cross-strait negotiations involve an often-overlooked international dimension. Since the international arena caters to Beijing's "One China" policy, more and more Taiwanese people will oppose the policy because it diminishes their country's international status. Therefore, the U.S.-led international community can create a sound, equal basis for negotiations by loosening political restrictions and eliminating PRC coercion on Taiwan with the following: a flexible interpretation of the "One China" policy; Taiwan's participation in international organizations; and military capability to defend itself. The Bush administration should encourage cross-strait negotiations based on parity and preserve Taiwan's democracy and freedoms.
- 2,99 €
- Category: Industries & Professions
- Published: 22 June 2002
- Publisher: Premier Publishing, Inc.
- Print Length: 21 Pages
- Language: English