6 edition of Party politics in Taiwan found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Politics in Asia series|
|LC Classifications||JQ1539.A45 F45 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004027527|
The Taiwanese government officially dissolved the Communist Party of the Republic of China on June More commonly known as Taiwan, the self . Taiwan has many of the trappings of statehood: A constitution, an army and a democratically elected government. It has one of the world’s top 10 tech companies, boasts a .
From the book Introduction to the Urban History of China. Beijing’s Policy Toward Taiwan. From the book Taiwan’s Party Politics and Cross-Strait Relations in Evolution (–) Zhen’s Story. From the book Golden Goose (The Story of a Peasant Family in Western China). In late July, , Yu Shyi-kun, chairman of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), addressed the party’s 12th congress and offered an “apology” (daoqian) for the DPP’s failure “to meet the expectations of the society and people of Taiwan during the previous six years.”As charges of corruption and calls for the president’s resignation swirled around the embattled Chen Shui-bian. Taiwan is approaching an ominous deadline. For decades, the leaders of the Chinese Communist Party have declared that China’s “great national rejuvenation” must be accomplished by the year National rejuvenation, the party insists, includes a Taiwan governed by the same powers and principles that now reign across the Taiwan Strait. Beijing would prefer to accomplish this through the.
He then discusses the ruling Nationalist Party's congress and explores how the party is changing in light of democratization and increasing public concerns about political corruption and crime. Finally, Copper addresses the U.S. role in the conflict and examines why Washington has changed its policy concerning Taiwan in recent years. The Hoover Institution hosted J. Michael Cole: When Politics Go Viral Taiwan & the PRC in the Age of COVID on Thursday, April 9, from 10 a.m. - a.m. PDT. The Hoover Institution cordially invites you to view an online webinar in its program on Taiwan in the Indo-Pacific Region. How do states determine which geographical areas will be included in their territorial and maritime claims? This article uses an in-depth case study of Taiwan’s South China Sea claim to argue that national identity, as played out through party politics, is a dominant factor shaping Taiwan’s territorial and .
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