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  • Electronics From Taiwan China
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    China has always been a very interesting nation while regarding the United States E political and economic status. China, being a nation of over 1.4 billion (almost + of the world) has remained a superpower among nations due to its enormous landmass, and population. Its enormous size has also allowed it to exert its power over other nations, such as Hong Kong, Tibet, and Taiwan. Its communist style of leadership has created an iron curtain over its shores, allowing it virtually no contact with o...
  • Religions In Taiwan Most Chinese On Taiwan
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    Taiwan is an island located about 100 miles from China. It was originally part of China. But in 1949, the communists seized Mainland China forcing the nationalists to retreat to Taiwan. From then on, Taiwan is also known as Free China. The leaders of Republic of China, (Free China) hoped someday that the communists will be driven out of China. Therefore, they start to build Taiwan as a military base for such purpose. However, their dreams were never accomplished, instead, their efforts turned Ta...
  • Taiwan Position On The One China Issue
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    In the 1990's Taiwan began to pose a very complex challenge to the international community. The issue is Taiwan's attempt to reverse the one China policy. From Taiwan position on the one China issue is simple, it does not want to become part of Chinas Communist regime. It is not above reunification as long as the terms are formed on a mutual agreement. On the other hand, Chinas perspective on Taiwan is one of nationalism. China wants to bring Taiwan into its control trough diplomatic mean. So to...
  • One China Principle And The Taiwan Issue
    638 words
    John D. Schaeffer / Geog 128 Writing Assignment #3 China Says Taiwan Cannot Continue Delaying Reunion China has issued an 11,000 word report entitled The One-China Principle and the Taiwan Issue. The report sends a signal to the Taiwanese government that the powers in Beijing are growing impatient with recent delays in the reunification negotiations. Although the report mentions no formal timeline for official reunification, it has become clear China is not about to give up on effort to bring Ta...
  • Today's People's Republic Of China
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    Comment critically on at least two Taiwan futures. As United States policy states we support the "one China" idea but we will defend Taiwan if mainland China begins to attack. Thereby putting us at war with China. Taiwan would then be a free state, assuming we control and win the war, but at what cost to America And for how long Taiwan's future should be dependent upon Taiwan. Taipei possesses a huge financial reserve; Washington should help the island spend it by selling them the arms they need...
  • Democratic Progressive Party Candidate Chen Shui Bian
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    Introduction: On Saturday, March 18, 2000, voters will go to 13,457 ballot booths in the free area of the Republic of China that is Taiwan. Four years after their democratic presidential election and with their island's future still uncertain, voters in Taiwan will be choosing a successor to current leader Lee Teng-hui. The five presidential candidates are independent James Soong, the Kuomintang's (KMT) Lien Chang, the New Party's Lee Ao, independent Hsu Hsin-liang and the Democratic Progressive...
  • Independence For Taiwan From China
    963 words
    The Struggle for Taiwan Who is the legal governing body of Taiwan A question, which has embattled two nations and almost brought the United States into war several times. Few other international situations combine the passion and possibility for disaster that this does. With the United States bound by its promise to protect Taiwan from invasion, and the Chinese govt. steadily increasing its rhetoric for Taiwans reunification with the mainland, we have on this small island the stage for a possibl...
  • Taiwan And The People's Republic Of China
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    Taiwan's past and present are inextricably linked to that of the People's Republic of China. Therefore, one cannot begin to postulate and critically comment upon a possible "Taiwan future" without first assessing the prevailing political climate of her mainland cousin: the People's Republic of China. Given the current rhetoric espoused by both Taipei and Beijing, one may argue that three possible "Taiwan futures" emerge as most likely to occur. These scenarios, from most to least probable, are: ...
  • Puli And Taiwan
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    CNN: A special news report-This morning, there was an earthquake registering 7.6 on the Richter scale shared Taiwan at 1: 45 am on September 21, 1999. The epicenter is a mile under the ground in Nantou near Puli. There are many buildings crushed, and even a twelve floor-high rise building suddenly became a two floor- high rise building (the first to the sixth floors dipped into the underground, and the seventh to the twelfth floors went diagonally down and damaged the road.) As of press time the...
  • Most Necessary Thing For Grenada
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    Hurricane Ivan has played a huge role in the further declination of ties between Grenada and Taiwan. Grenada reported that it would need approximately $27 million to sustain itself and begin reconstruction during the 6 month period which followed Hurricane Ivan. Grenada's Prime Minister, Keith Mitchell, reported the damage to be over $1 billion as its entire agricultural industry was wiped out. Tourism was halted as well as most of the hotels were damaged to the point they needed to stop operati...
  • China To The Usa
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    The main focus of this paper is to analyze the Sino-American relationship and the factors both past and present that make it a complicated and very important issue, as well as future expectations for the development of continued relations. American contact with China in the past has been less than positive and China is a country that values respect and honesty in its value system. China and the USA do not share the same view of the world. There has been much misunderstanding and even underhanded...
  • Development Of U.S. China Relations
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    I. Introduction The American President Nixon's historic trip to China in February 1972 marked the beginning of a new era in Sino-American relations. For the first time since 1949, the two countries established high-level official contacts and transformed their relationship from confrontation to collaboration. Over the following twenty years, however, U.S. -China relations have experienced repeated cycles of progress, stalemate, and crisis, with the events in Tiananmen Square in June 1989 the mos...
  • No Government Officials From Taiwan
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    Japan caught up in U.S. -China spat Japan came under criticism in the fallout of a heated exchange between the United States and China over Taiwan at the Asia Security Conference here. In fact, some participants said Japan-not China-is the country creating the most fears in Asia. The three-day conference, hosted by the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies, ended Sunday. A key topic of debate was a Japan-U.S. agreement reached in February on common strategic objectives-inclu...
  • Elections For A New National Assembly
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    The process of liberalization and democratization increased in Taiwan throughout the 1980's. The government's new openness included the recognition of some of its past actions, such as the Nationalist government's massacre of thousands of native Taiwanese in 1947. Although friction has lessened between the island Chinese, who make up about 85% of the population, and those who came from the mainland, it has remained a problem. Martial law, in effect since 1949, was lifted in 1987 and many jailed ...
  • Taiwan Opposition Leader James Soong
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    Taiwan opposition leader James Soong urged the island's independence-leaning leaders to take advantage of his 'bridge-building' trip to mainland China to seek cross-strait peace. 'People from both sides of the strait are longing for peace... Mainland leaders have also showed sincerity in improving cross-strait relations,' Soong told reporters at the airport upon return from his nine-day visit to China. He added Friday that China had announced a number of concrete steps to boost bilateral ties, i...
  • Taiwan Position On The One China Issue
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    In this paper I am going to critically evaluate the issue of political relationship between China, Taiwan and the United States in America. Certainly, in era of globalization any event that occurs either in the sphere of politics or economics immediately spurs the chain of interrelated outcomes that are able to influence virtually any country on the globe. The time when the nations were separated by iron curtain are history and mankind has to face today the necessity of learning how to peacefull...
  • Us Policy Between China And Taiwan
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    A resolution that will redefine what the two sides should expect from the US is not the best policy either. This would allow the Chinese and Taiwanese to figure out what is best for them, not what is best for the US. If a cross strait agreement occurs it is likely to come in a two-phase process. First as interim period has to be allotted and Taiwan quest for acknowledgement has to be granted and a longer commitment to a cross-strait dialogue has to be maintained for the purpose of the goal, name...
  • China's United Front Against Soviet
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    Content. Introduction II. Principle of China's foreign policy: from "United Front against Hegemonism" to " Independent Foreign Policy" A. United Front against Soviet in 70's i. Sino-Soviet conflict ii. Sino-American rapprochement. The Theory of Three World B. Independent Foreign Policy in 80's i. The Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence ii. Motivations of policy change. Sino-American interaction A. The Taiwan issue i. From the 1972 Shanghai Communiqu to the establishment of diplomatic Relatio...
  • Very Exhilarating Time For China As Short
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    MAO: A NECESSARY EVIL The lecture that Philip Short gave on his book Mao: A Necessary Evil was a very interesting insight into the life of the controversial leader of China. He started by talking about Mao's early life, growing up in central China. There was very little outside influence there, and life was lived the same way it had for hundreds of years. His tiny village did not even have electricity or newspapers. What he did receive there was a Confusion education, which would be the bedrock ...
  • China And Taiwan
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    U.S. Looks to Ease Tensions In Asia The Deputy Secretary of State has planned a five nation trip. The purpose of this trip is to bring peace between not only India and Pakistan but also China and Taiwan. India and Pakistan continue to dispute about the ownership of Kashmir. There is hope of peace talks to take place between the two countries. Upon his visit to China and Taiwan, Richard Armitage hopes to bring China and Taiwan to terms with their disagreement about Taiwan declaring formal indepen...

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