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Inseparable Separation ❴Read❵ ➫ Inseparable Separation Author Huan Jin – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Despite the significance of the Taiwan issue to US China relations as well as regional stability in the Asia Pacific one could hardly find a comprehensive and thorough study of China's Taiwan policy T Despite the significance of the Taiwan issue to US China relations as well as regional stability in the Asia Pacific one could hardly find a comprehensive and thorough study of China's Taiwan policy This book aims to make up for the deficit by providing a systematic and in depth analysis of the evolution of China's Taiwan policy over the past six decades against the backdrop of a three player game involving Beijing Washington and Taipei The intention is to show that despite Beijing's uncompromising adherence to the One China principle China's leaders have maintained remarkable flexibility in interpreting and implementing it Moreover while domestic factors eg nationalistic sentiment political stability and economic development do affect Beijing's calculus China's Taiwan policy invariably accords with the ups and downs in its international environment especially the complexities of the US China relations.

  • Hardcover
  • 452 pages
  • Inseparable Separation
  • Huan Jin
  • English
  • 10 November 2016
  • 9789814287364

1 thoughts on “Inseparable Separation

  1. Horace Derwent Horace Derwent says:

    uoted from an reader's review1 how Mao Zedong and Chiang Kai shek maintained secret contact through the 1950s and 1960s and how they had despite outward belligerency toward each other secretly joined hands in preserving Taiwan's status as part of China;2 how during the 1980s Chiang Ching kuo then president of the Republic of China on Taiwan had maintained secret contact with Communist leaders in Beijing and had moved very close to achieving a reconciliation with Mainland China;3 how Chinese leaders had outwardly clad for a uick reunification with Taiwan while inwardly adopting a very gradualist and patient approach on the issue;4 how Beijing has endeavored to create a common interest with Washington in preserving peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait despite China's customary insistence that the Taiwan issue is an internal Chinese affair and that it would not brook any outside interference;5 last but not least why Beijing is extremely unlikely to use force against Taiwan for the foreseeable future as long as Taiwan does not revise its current constitution to eliminate traces of the one China concept

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