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|Other Titles:||The Limits and Opportunities for the Development of Russian-Taiwanese Economic Relations|
Taiwanese Businesses in Russia;Russo-Taiwanese economic Relations;One China Principle;Russia’s Far Eastern Policy;Economic Exchanges among Taiwan, Russia, and China
|Issue Date:||2016-06-21 09:49:23 (UTC+8)|
The economic relations between Taiwan and Russia have been structurally constrained by both political and non-political barriers. Beijing’s “one China principle” is one of the most dominant factors which limit Russo-Taiwanese developments. Nevertheless, both Taiwanese businesspeople and Taiwanese government have made some breakthroughs and achievements. There have seen positive developments in Russo-Taiwanese economic exchanges. The prospects of Russo-Taiwanese economic relations will more or less rely on the development of a broader landscape: An ambitious Asian dream made by Russian leaders owing to the strong economic desire innate in Russia’s Far Eastern policy, along with vibrant Asian economic developments. Under these circumstances, Russo-Taiwanese economic relations will gain benefits accordingly. Structural limits are already out there; but subjective efforts may expand the limited space as large as possible even though the given barriers will not disappear in a sudden, or they may last forever. To put the primacy on economy, the approach seeing an uprising fusion of triangular economic exchanges amongTaiwan, Russia, and China, may be a realistic and pragmatic option to reduce or minimize Beijing’s political weights during the dynamic process.
|Relation:||國際關係學報, 31, 47-80|
Journal of international relations
|Appears in Collections:||[國際關係學報] 期刊論文|
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