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The Intervention Of The United States From The 1950s, The Two Taiwan Strait Crisis

Posted on:2007-11-22Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:G Q ZouFull Text:PDF
GTID:2206360182982001Subject:International relations
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American foreign policy dealing with crises toward Taiwan while Taiwan StraitsCrisis is taking place invites attention all the time. This paper tries to investigateAmerican intervention into Taiwan Straits Crisis by studying the two crises happeningin the 1950s. This paper tries to find out in the historical facts about Taiwan StraitsCrises what in common and what changes American foreign policy toward Taiwanhave experienced by connecting the past and the subsequent and comparingAmerican Taiwan policies in the two crises and by looking back American factors inthe development process of Taiwan issue, and hereby it prognosticates Americanintervention in the future Taiwan Straits Crisis. The two crises by and large developedwith the coastal islands and islets as the focus of policies. The two crises fixed thesplit status quo. Taiwan issue cannot be solved without steering clear of America, andonce a crisis happens in the Taiwan Straits American intervenes inevitably. But in thetwo crises the choice of time and its modes and means are cautious, and its targets andeffects are limited.
Keywords/Search Tags:Taiwan, the Taiwan Straits Crisis, America, intervention, Quemoy Islands, foreign policy toward Taiwan
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