The "Third China" in the 21st Century

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The Anti-TRA: China's Anti-secession Law and the impact on U.S. Relations with Taiwan.

For presentation and discussion at a conference on Taiwan Relations Act Entering Its 30th Anniversary: Continuities, Changes, and Challenges
Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan

Beijing's "Anti-Secession Law" of March 14, 2005, marked the end of the tacit understanding that Washington and Beijing have shared since December 16, 1978, under which Beijing pretended to pursue a policy of peaceful unification while Washington pretended to pursue a one-China policy.


The "ASL" as the "Anti-TRA": China's Anti-secession Law and the impact on U.S. Relations with Taiwan.

 

 

Institute of European and
American Studies, Academia Sinica,
Taipei, Taiwan

By John J. Tkacik, Jr.

Beijing's "Anti-Secession Law" of March 14, 2005, marked the end of the tacit understanding that Washington and Beijing have shared since December 16, 1978, under which Beijing pretended to pursue a policy of peaceful unification while Washington pretended to pursue a one-China policy.


The 'Third China' in the 21st Century

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 21st Century

By John J. Tkacik 



Wen Jiabao and Zeng Qinghong: The Two Centers of China's Fourth Generation

 BIOGRAPHIC ESSAY (1)

The Two Centers of China’s Fourth Generation:


Premier Wen Jiabao and Vice President Zeng Qinghong

By John Tkacik
May 2004


2007 - China's Quest for a Superpower Military

China's Quest for a Superpower Military

John J. Tkacik

Introduction



U.S.-China: illusions of partnership

 January 30, 2009
4:00 - Critical Issues in the Asia-Pacific Region

U.S.-China: illusions of partnership

By John J. Tkacik, Jr.

The central question for world peace in the 21st Century is “can we assume that China will be a partner for peace rather than an enabler of instability?”

The short answer is “I'm afraid not.” If global peace requires a stable international policy structure that encompasses the following goals:


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

China Business Intelligence

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


Pacific Pivot, Taiwan Fulcrum Maritime Taiwan and Power Transition in Asia

Pacific Pivot, Taiwan Fulcrum

Maritime Taiwan and Power Transition in Asia

 



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