The "Third China" in the 21st Century

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

Taipei Times

 

Half a ‘consensus’ worse than none



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


Taiwan's Missile Referendum

 

 January 21, 2004

by John Tkacik, Jr. WEBMEMO #401

After years of military intimidation by Beijing, Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian has announced wording for a referendum designed to draw both domestic and international attention to China's missile threat to the democratic island. And he has succeeded.

The Bush Administration and Congress must preempt China's belligerence by:



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:


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

Pacific Pivot, Taiwan Fulcrum

Maritime Taiwan and Power Transition in Asia

 



2007 - China's Quest for a Superpower Military

China's Quest for a Superpower Military

John J. Tkacik

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