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URN etd-0720114-165229
Author Byung-Hwan Kang
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Department ICAPS
Year 2013
Semester 2
Degree Ph.D.
Type of Document
Language English
Title China's Taiwan Policy under the “one China framework”
Date of Defense 2014-07-29
Page Count 422
Keyword
  • One-China policy
  • Cross strait relations
  • China’s Taiwan policy
  • Abstract This article focuses on “One China”, analysis China's Taiwan policy during the ruling of DPP party during 2004 – 2008. The discussion focused on the following: 1)One-China’s historical background, origin, content, evolution. Especially for the implementation of policies, Beijing has consistently stressed on “International One -China”, “Political One -China”, “Economic One -China”, and “National One-China ” 2) One-China’s understanding and perception to foreign countries including the United States and Japan 3) The changing process of cross-strait relation policy. Policy content and evolution of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Finally, 5)Examine the impact of the CCP 's policy on Taiwan and the internal and external environmental factors at the present stage .
    The effect of CCP to Taiwan policy has many factors, i. e. , international factors and Taiwan,China factors. Policy makers and decision-making unit played an important role in this studies. After considering such factors, the CCP’s policies to Taiwan in the legal level are “Anti-Secession Law” and “Peaceful Unification and One-China Two Systems” under the One-China principle. With this end of view, the CCP made an attempt at “ International One-China", “Political One-China ", “Economic One-China ", and “National One-China ”. In contrast, Democratic Progress Party’s policy contradicted the CCP’s claims that Taiwan is a part of China. The DPP would like to have had a “ One-China, One-Taiwan” direction as soon as possible. U.S. of the cross-strait policy is based on ”three Communique and Taiwan relation Act”. U.S. officially supports “Taiwan is a part of China”, but the U.S. and Taiwan have maintained close relationship as in the Taiwan relation Act. Therefore, during the second term of the DPP, the CCP would like to expand mutual intersection between Mainland China and Taiwan. In the One-China principle, the CCP stressed on “International One-China”, “Political One-China”, “Economic One-China”, and “National One-China”. In the contrast, the DPP has tried to promote the expansion in international participation space. Taiwan had tried to attempt to join United Nations under a name of Taiwan of itself. To oppose strongly the “Political One-China”, Taiwan emphasized“92-spirit", “siyaoyimeiyou”, and “normal country resolution ”. To against the “Economical One-China ”, Taiwan has tried to go through the WTO in order to connect to the world. To contradict the “National One-China”, Taiwan has pushed ahead with de-Sinicization.
    Advisory Committee
  • Tsai, Ming-yen - chair
  • Chu,Wen-Jang - co-chair
  • Fahn,Jiin-ming - co-chair
  • none - co-chair
  • Lin, Wen-cheng - advisor
  • Files
  • etd-0720114-165229.pdf
  • Indicate in-campus at 99 year and off-campus access at 99 year.
    Date of Submission 2014-08-20

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