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The 'One China' Dilemma
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National Identity and Economic Interest
Taiwan's Competing Options and Their Implications for Regional Stabilityav P Chow1079Skickas inom 10-15 vardagar.
Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.The book covers the legal, economic, socio-political and international aspects of economic integration and the contending forces of national identity and economic interests after the economies between Taiwan and China are integrated and the trading bloc is emerging across the Taiwan Strait.
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'This collection covers some of the most recent economic and political thinking and analyzes of Taiwan's current and future position in Asia. The focus is on the growing Taiwan-China economic relationship. These heuristic chapters are written by specialists from Taiwan, the United States, Canada, and Europe. Taiwan's situation is pivotal to a peaceful and prospering Asia. This is an important book for anyone interested in Taiwan and the evolution of a tranquil Pacific basin.' Thomas J. Bellows, professor of Political Science, The University of Texas at San Antonio 'This comprehensive, multidisciplinary, historically grounded, and very timely volume uses the Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement between China and Taiwan to explore a range of issues affecting the signatories as well as the region as a whole. The dozen chapters by an international lineup of experts compel readers to rethink our understanding of topics such as sovereignty, identity, and security.' Thomas B. Gold, University of California, Berkeley
Peter C. Y. Chow is a professor of economics at the City University of New York, USA. He was a contractual consultant for the World Bank and a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research. His main interests are in trade and development in late industrialized countries with a focus in Asia and Pacific countries.
PART I: ECONOMIC INTEGRATION WITH A POLITICAL RIVAL REGIME Introduction From Economic Interactions to Economic Integration Legal Issues Concerning the Signing of ECFA: Implications on Taiwan's Legal Status" IS ECFA: A Mixture of the WTO Principles with "Cross-Strait Characteristics Political Economy of Integration between Two Rival Regimes: ECFA, Its Impacts on Cross Strait Relations and Implications for the U.S. PART II: APPREHENSION OF RAPPROCHEMENT: AN INCREASING DIVIDEDNESS IN TAIWAN AFTER REDUCING THE TENSIONS ACROSS THE TAIWAN STRAIT Taiwan, District of China On the Road to a Common Taiwan Identity Understanding Taiwanese Nationalism PART III: INTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONS OF THE ECFA: GEO-POLITICS OF ECONOMIC INTEGRATION ACROSS THE TAIWAN STRAIT ECFA and Beyond: The Paradigm Shift of Taiwan's Security Policy toward China The Shifting Paradigm of the Triangular Relations in the aftermath of the ECFA Removing Taiwan's Pieces: Asia's 'Great Game' without a "Republic of China" Japan's view on Cross Strait Developments* Chapter 13 Concluding Chapter