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Title: Cross-strait rapprochement and U.S. policy on the Taiwan issue
Authors: Wang, T.Y.
Contributors: 國研中心
Date: 2010-09
Issue Date: 2015-06-10 15:00:26 (UTC+8)
Abstract: The relationship between China and Taiwan has improved substantially since the election of President Ma Ting-jeou (Mj 5t j\J) in 2008. The reduction in cross-Strait tension is welcomed by the United States but the resulting changes also call into question the utility of Washington's policy of strategic ambiguity. Employing the theory of deterrence, this study analyzes the logic of U.S. policy on the Taiwan issue and current cross-Strait interaction. It is concluded that both sides of the Taiwan Strait continue to act as conditional revisionists and Washington's deterrence policy remains effective in that it serves to maintain cross-Strait peace and stability. © National Taiwan University, National Chengchi University Taipei, Taiwan (ROC).
Relation: Issues and Studies, Volume 46, Issue 3, Pages 129-149
Data Type: article
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