The "Third China" in the 21st Century

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The 'Third China" in the 21st Century

November 21, 2016
Asia Times

Personal thoughts on the ancient history and recent influences of Overseas Chinese communities in the Southeast Asia and the Pacific region and their implications for Future Asia

 

The Asia-Pacific and the ‘Third China’ in the 21stCentury

By John J. Tkacik 


The Asia-Pacific and the ‘Third China’ in the 21st Century

November 21, 2016
Asia Times

Personal thoughts on the ancient history and recent influences of Overseas Chinese communities in the Southeast Asia and the Pacific region and their implications for Future Asia


Half a 'consensus' is worse than none: just what was the "1992 Consensus"?

May 28, 2016
Taipei Times

Half a ‘consensus’ worse than none

 

By John J. Tkacik  /

Sat, May 28, 2016 - Page 8

 

 


President Reagan's Sixth Assurance to Taiwan

June 13, 2016
Taipei Times

TAIPEI TIMES

The bedrock of the ‘six assurances’

By John Tkacik  / 


2014 - Why Taiwan's Protestors Stuck it Out

April 10, 2014
The Asia Society's "ChinaFile"

 The Asia Society ChinaFile

 http://www.chinafile.com/Why-Taiwans-Protestors-Stuck-It-Out

 

Why Taiwan’s Protestors Stuck It Out

 

by JOHN TKACIK

    04.09.14


The New Formosa Strait Crisis and Nuclear Weapons

Taipei Times
 On Taiwan: The New Formosa Strait Crisis
 
 

The Last Half Century of Taiwan's "Unsettled" Status

April 26, 2021
Taipei Times

The last half century of Taiwan’s ‘unsettled’ status

 

By John J. Tkacik

Taipei Times

Monday April 26, 2021


On Taiwan: Recognizing Taiwan: Is the United States looking at a ‘Somaliland Model’?

November 16, 2020
Taipei Times

Taipei Times 

Mon, Nov 16, 2020 page 6

 

On Taiwan: Recognizing Taiwan: Is the United States looking at a ‘Somaliland Model’?


China's "2021" Demands

January 4, 2021
Taipei Times

 On Taiwan: China’s 2021 demands

 

Taipei Times  Mon, Jan 04, 2021 page 6

 


President Lee Teng-hui’s Legacy: Democracy and Statehood

August 17, 2020
Taipei Times

 The last time I spoke with President Lee Teng-hui was thirteen years ago next week, on Friday morning, August 24, 2007.  We conversed for nearly two hours one-on-one, not surprisingly, about Taiwan’s nationhood and its international legal status, subjects on which he undoubtedly was the world’s foremost authority.  He had, after all, created almost single-handedly “Taiwan’s vibrant democracy,” something the American secretary of state calls  “an inspiration to the region and


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