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The U.S.-Taiwan-China Relationship in International Law and Policy

ISBN13: 9780190601126
Published: May 2016
Publisher: Oxford University Press USA
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback
Price: £62.00

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For a country of its size, Taiwan has a tremendous influence on world affairs and U.S. policy. The U.S.-Taiwan-China Relationship in International Law and Policy describes the central issues animating the dynamic U.S.-Taiwan-China relationship and the salient international and domestic legal issues shaping U.S. policy in the Asia Pacific region.

In this book, Lung-chu Chen gives particular attention to Taiwan's status under international law, and the role of the U.S. Taiwan Relations Act (TRA) in the formulation and execution of U.S. policy toward Taiwan. This book endorses the central purpose of the Taiwan Relations Act-achieving a peaceful resolution to the Taiwan question-while offering policy alternatives that will empower Taiwan to participate more actively in the international arena.

This book follows in the tradition of the New Haven School of international law. As such, it defines the common interests of the world community, which include demands for human dignity and security and the protection of human rights in accordance with bedrock norms such as the right to self-determination and the peaceful resolution of conflict. Chen proposes that in accordance with international law, historical trends, and contemporary political conditions, the people of Taiwan should ultimately determine a path to normalized statehood through a plebiscite under the supervision of the international community.

Public International Law, Other Jurisdictions , China, USA
About the Author

Part One / Historical and Contemporary Facts
1. Historical Background
2. Taiwan's Contemporary Landscape

Part Two / Articulation of Goals and Policy Considerations
3. Clarification of Common Interests
4. The Evolution of Taiwan Statehood
5. U.S. Constitutional Issues Concerning the Taiwan Relations Act

Part Three / Trends in Development and Conditioning Factors
6. U.S.- Taiwan Relations
7. U.S.-China Relations
8. Taiwan-China Relations

Part Four / Projections of Probable Future Developments
9. A Developing U.S.-China Rivalry?
10. Possible Future Developments for Taiwan

Part Five / Recommendations of Policy Alternatives
11. Recommendations of Policy Alternatives
12. Let the People of Taiwan Decide Taiwan's Future

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