Crisis in the Taiwan Strait: Implications for U. S. Foreign Policy

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Doug Bereuter
DIANE Publishing, Jun 1, 1996 - 104 pages
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Page 53 - inform the Congress promptly of any threat to the security or the social or economic system of the people on Taiwan and any danger to the interests of the United States arising therefrom. The President and the Congress shall determine, in accordance with constitutional processes, appropriate action by the United States in response to any such danger.
Page 59 - of international concern. Any effort to determine the future of Taiwan by other than peaceful means, would be of grave concern to the United States.
Page 49 - Mr. Chairman, Members of the Committee, I welcome the opportunity to appear before you today to discuss one of the United States
Page 11 - be made part of the record. You may proceed as you wish. STATEMENT OF DR. KURT M. CAMPBELL, DEPUTY ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR
Page 53 - the present situation does not constitute a threat to Taiwan of the magnitude contemplated by the drafters of the TRA. The PRC pressure against Taiwan to date does not add up to a "threat to the security or the social or economic system
Page 85 - Natale Bellocchi was born July 5, 1926, in Little Falls, New York. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Management from Georgia Institute of Technology in
Page 5 - any effort to determine the future of Taiwan by other than peaceful means to be
Page 85 - Mr, Bellocchi went to New Delhi, India in 1976 as Economic Counselor and in 1979 returned to Hong Kong as Deputy Principal Officer. In 1981 he became Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the Bureau of Intelligence and Research, and in 1985 was appointed to be Ambassador to the Republic of Botswana.
Page 2 - a threat to the security or the social or economic system of the people of Taiwan,
Page 9 - What would be appropriate action, including possible use of force in Taiwan's defense, would depend on the specific circumstances. The committee does not attempt to specify in advance what the particular circumstances or response might be.

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