China Diplomacy: The Washington-taipei-beijing Triangle
The Taiwan Relations Act - representing the response of Congress to the Carter administration's 1978 abandonment of Taipei in favour of Beijing - is the focus of this analysis of Washington's dual China policy. It considers the perspectives of the US, Taiwan and the PRC.
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The Formal Basis of U S China Policy
The Normalization Agreement
The August 1982 Communique
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