The United States and the Republic of China: Democratic Friends, Strategic Allies, and Economic Partners
What is the current state of rela tions between the United States and the Republic of China on Tai wan and how might they be im proved? These were the broad questions addressed at a confer ence co-sponsored by the Clare mont Institute's Asian Studies Center and the Institute of Interna tional Relations in Los Angeles in 1989. This volume, which brings together the papers presented by American and Chinese scholars, diplomats, and businessmen, con siders the current international status of the Republic of China and its economic and strategic partner ship with the United States.
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