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Taiwan in world affairs

Author: Robert G Sutter; William R Johnson; Gaston Sigur Center for East Asian Studies.
Publisher: Boulder : Westview Press, 1994.
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Traditionally, Taiwan has been viewed as the passive pawn of more aggressive powers, yet now it has begun to assert its voice in world affairs - especially through economic influence. This volume brings together leading scholars, to examine the origins and implications of Taiwan's global role and the ramifications of its growing strength for such crucial policy issues as China's reunification and U.S. policy in East  Read more...
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Taiwan in world affairs.
Boulder : Westview Press, 1994
(OCoLC)624480613
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert G Sutter; William R Johnson; Gaston Sigur Center for East Asian Studies.
ISBN: 0813318955 9780813318950
OCLC Number: 30073367
Notes: "Published in cooperation with the Gaston Sigur Center for East Asian Studies, the George Washington University, Washington, DC."
Description: viii, 328 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Taiwan's Role in World Affairs: Background, Status, and Prospects / Robert G. Sutter --
2. Taiwan's Economic Role in East Asian Development / Erland Heginbotham --
3. Taiwan in the International Arms Market / Harlan W. Jencks --
4. Taiwan's Position Regarding Transnational Issues / June Teufel Dreyer --
5. Taiwan and the International System: The Challenge of Legitimation / Samuel S. Kim --
6. Domestic Roots of Taiwan's Influence in World Affairs / Thomas B. Gold --
7. Taiwan-RC Relations / Ralph N. Clough --
8. Taiwan and Greater China / Harry Harding --
9. Taiwan's International Role: Implications for U.S. Policy / Richard Bush.
Responsibility: edited by Robert G. Sutter and William R. Johnson.

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Traditionally, Taiwan has been viewed as the passive pawn of more aggressive powers, yet now it has begun to assert its voice in world affairs - especially through economic influence. This volume brings together leading scholars, to examine the origins and implications of Taiwan's global role and the ramifications of its growing strength for such crucial policy issues as China's reunification and U.S. policy in East Asia.

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