China and international organizations: participation in non-governmental organizations since 1971

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Oxford University Press, May 25, 1989 - History - 225 pages
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This book examines Chinese participation in international non-governmental organizations, and the competing claims of the People's Republic of China and of the Republic of China to be the sole legitimate representative of all China in these organizations - the 'two-Chinas issue'. The author provides a detailed analysis of six organizations, including the International Olympic Committee and the International Council of Scientific Unions which have worked out formulae enabling participation by both China and Taiwan. These arrangements carry important implications for China'sre-unification with Taiwan.

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Contents

Introduction
1
The International Olympic Committee
35
The International Council of Scientific Unions
53
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About the author (1989)

Chan is senior lecturer in international relations at the school of political science and international relations at Victoria University of Wellington