Focusing on a persistent crux of Sino-American relations, the author shows how an essentially new Taiwan has emerged in terms of political, economic, diplomatic and security developments. He explores the future prospects of the new Taiwan and analyzes its implications for US interests and policy.
Table of Contents
Part 1 The new Taiwan: Taiwan's political development; Taiwan's economic development; flexible diplomacy; the security of Taiwan. Part 2 Policy implications for the United States; beyond containment in Asia - US strategy and policy in the 1990s; US interests in the Republic of China; policy recommendations and conclusions.
Martin L Lasater