Taiwan

Taiwan became the primary stronghold of the Republic of China following the Communist party's rise in mainland China in 1949. RAND has analyzed shifts in U.S. diplomatic and military policy toward Taiwan and the People's Republic of China (PRC) over the decades and, in recent years, has examined Taiwan's rapid economic development, gradual political liberalization, and efforts to achieve independence from the PRC.

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    Problems and Prospects of United States Policy in Southeast Asia

    A survey of U.S. security interests in Southeast Asia over the next decade.

    Jan 1, 1969

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    Asian Futures

    The text of an interview for Japan's [The] [Kokubo], predicting some effects from President Johnson's announcements of the bombing cessation and his withdrawal from the presidential race: (1) reduced political schism in the United States; ...

    Jan 1, 1968

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    Recent Developments on Taiwan.

    Political, economic, social, and international developments in Nationalist China during 1965 and 1966. Preoccupation with return to the Mainland continues, accompanied by frustration with the U.S. attitude toward Nationalist Chinese plans. Seeking ...

    Jan 1, 1967

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    Taiwan : Looking to the Mainland.

    A survey of Nationalist China's current attitudes toward the recovery of the Chinese Mainland. The Nationalist Chinese government apparently sees the possibility of a dramatic change in leadership in Peking that could evolve into a breakup of centra...

    Jan 1, 1967

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    The 1958 Taiwan Straits Crisis: A Documented History

    Presents a comprehensive and detailed account of the 1958 military action between the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China over the offshore island of Quemoy and describes the U.S. role in the crisis.

    Jan 1, 1966

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    Taiwan in 1966.

    A review of Taiwan's domestic politics and international relations during 1966. The political implications of the fourth general election, developments in the economy, and Taiwan's relations with its Asian neighbors are discussed. 13 pp....

    Jan 1, 1966

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    China's Relations with Asian Neighbors

    A review of China's 1964 attitudes toward her Asian neighbors.

    Jan 1, 1964

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    Cristina L. Garafola

    Senior Policy Analyst
    Education M.A. in international relations and international economics, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced and International Studies; Certificate in Chinese and American studies, Hopkins-Nanjing Center; B.A. in international relations and Chinese, Hamilton College

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    Scott W. Harold

    Senior Political Scientist
    Education Ph.D., M.A. in political science, Columbia University; B.A. in international relations, Michigan State University

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    Chad J. R. Ohlandt

    Senior Engineer
    Education Ph.D. in aerospace engineering and scientific computing, University of Michigan; M.S. in aerospace engineering, Pennsylvania State University; S.B. in astronautical engineering, M.I.T.

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    Andrew Scobell

    Senior Political Scientist; Affiliate Faculty, Pardee RAND Graduate School
    Education Ph.D. in political science, Columbia University; M.A. in China studies, University of Washington; B.A. in history, Whitman College