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Some Thoughts on Cross-Strait Relations

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In this analysis on relations between the People’s Republic of China and Taiwan, Alan Romberg argues that both sides of the Strait are focusing on creating stronger economic relations. Nonetheless, the ways in which both sides address economic issues are conditioned by the current stalemate. We can expect further tugging and hauling over the ground rules for future dealings, including political “conditions” that one side or the other may seek to impose, as well as potential qualitative and quantitative limits.

This paper was originally published by Taylor & Francis, for the National Committee on American Foreign Policy, Inc., in volume 24, issue 3 of American Foreign Policy Interests, and appears here with their permission.


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