Rapprochement Between Regional Rivals: The German Experience

Rapprochement Between Regional Rivals: The German Experience

Chih-Cheng Lo

政治學報;26期 (1996/06) P87-133

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The East China Sea Missile Incidents: Implications Under International Law, with Special Reference to the Blockade Issue

The East China Sea Missile Incidents: Implications Under International Law, with Special Reference to the Blockade Issue

Kuan-Ming Sun

政治學報;26期 (1996/06) P135-153

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The Emergence of the Chinese Economic Area and the Implication for Regional Economic Integration

The Emergence of the Chinese Economic Area and the Implication for Regional Economic Integration

Fu-Kuo Liu

政治學報;26期 (1996/06) P45-86

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U.S.-Taiwan Agricultural Trade Negotiation: A Systematic Analysis

U.S.-Taiwan Agricultural Trade Negotiation: A Systematic Analy

Chyungly Lee

政治學報;26期 (1996/06) P1-26

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Shifts in U.S trade strategies during the early 1980s have increased the importance of agricultural trade negotiations in the bilateral trade relations between the United States and Taiwan. This study conducts regression and correlation analyses to the relationship between inputs from both countries and the negotiated outcomes, and further explores Taiwan ability to forge favorable outcomes for gaining power in trade negotiations, tactics are Taiwan most useful resources; and that Taiwan inputs of power resources do have positive effect in producing favor-able outcomes by themselves, but the United States negative impact on negotiated outcomes is even stronger.

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Economic Interdependence and Political Integration Between Taiwan and Mainland China: A Critical Review

Economic Interdependence and Political Integration Between Taiwan and Mainland China: A Critical Review

Tse-Kang Leng

政治學報;26期 (1996/06) P27-43

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The booming economic relations between Taiwan and mainland China has been one of the most prominent phenomena in the Asia Pacific region. Although direct trade is still prohibited by the Taiwanese government, indirect trade through Hong Kong and illegal economic transactions between Taiwan and mainland China have been conducted by the profit-seeking Taiwanese business community regardless of legal restrictions. The flourishing cross-Straits economic link has not only decreased political confrontation between the two sides, but also influenced Taiwan and mainland China's long-term economic development. Hence, researchers have begun to delve into the emerging types of economic integration between the two sides, and their impacts on future political unification. From the neo functionalists and interdependence theorists' perspectives, political integration through economic interaction might be a natural and feasible development across the Taiwan Strait. This article provides a less optimistic view of economic interdependence between Taiwan and mainland China. After analyzing current cross-Straits economic interactions, the author points out that many obstacles to economic integration between Taiwan and mainland China remain. Furthermore, the linkage between economic interaction and political cooperation is quite loose. Struggle for power and competition for survival are still two key factors in analyzing the booming cross-Straits interactions.

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