Sustaining the triangular balance : the Taiwan Strait policy of Barack Obama, Xi Jinping, and Ma Ying-Jeou / Dean P. Chen
- Chen, Dean P., 1980-
- Additional Titles:
- Taiwan Strait policy of Barack Obama, Xi Jinping, and Ma Ying-Jeou
- [Baltimore, Maryland] : [University of Maryland, Carey School of Law], 
- Physical Description:
- 83 pages ; 23 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- University of Maryland at Baltimore. School of Law
- Maryland series in contemporary Asian studies, 0730-0107 ; Number 1 - 2013 (212)
- Introduction and main argument -- U.S. strategic ambiguity policy in the Taiwan Strait : a longstanding commitment. America's national interests in a liberal and open China -- The logic of the U.S. strategic ambiguity policy -- Domestic politics and the making of China policy -- Conclusion : should the United States abandon strategic ambiguity? The "1992 consensus" and cross-strait peaceful development, examining the policies of Ma Ying-Jeou and Xi Jinping -- Conclusion : the future of U.S. China-Taiwan relations.
- As Washington, Taipei, and Beijing commence their new administrations, this monograph sets out to examine their current and former respective Taiwan Strait policies and the strategic implications for cross-strait relations. Notwithstanding their domestic political pressures at home and different normative and strategic orientations and objectives, all three actors share the common national security interest in continuing and deepening the current peaceful China-Taiwan trajectory that has existed since May 2008.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
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