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The U.S.-Taiwan-China Relationship in International Law and Policy$
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Lung-chu Chen

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780190601126

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2016

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780190601126.001.0001

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Recommendations of Policy Alternatives

Recommendations of Policy Alternatives

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

Lung-chu Chen

Oxford University Press

This chapter considers concrete measures the United States could undertake to promote Taiwan’s economic growth and security, to consolidate Taiwan’s democracy and human rights, and to facilitate Taiwan’s increasing participation in the international community. These measures would be consistent with the language and aims of the Taiwan Relations Act and the three communiqués. They include re-evaluating the U.S. “One China Policy” expressed by President Bill Clinton, concluding a bilateral trade agreement with Taiwan, encouraging Taiwan’s participation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, promoting Taiwan’s participation in the United Nations and other intergovernmental organizations, and continuing sales of defensive arms. The United States is in the best position to provide the people of Taiwan with the means of ensuring their continued prosperity, security, and democracy.

Keywords:   Taiwan, TRA, One China Policy, Taiwan trade, Trans-Pacific Partnership, United Nations, security for Taiwan

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