China/Taiwan: Evolution of the żOne Chinaż Policy -- Key Statements from Washington, Beijing, and Taipei
DIANE Publishing, 2011 - 81 pages
Despite apparently consistent statements in 4 decades, the U.S. żone Chinaż policy concerning Taiwan remains somewhat ambiguous and subject to different interpretations. Apart from questions about what the żone Chinaż policy entails, issues have arisen about whether U.S. Presidents have stated clear positions and have changed or should change policy, affecting U.S. interests in security and democracy. Contents of this report: (1) U.S. Policy on żOne Chinaż: Has U.S. Policy Changed?; Overview of Policy Issues; (2) Highlights of Key Statements by Washington, Beijing, and Taipei: Statements During the Admin. of Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Clinton, George W. Bush, Clinton, and Obama. A print on demand report.
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