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" After the country is reunified, Taiwan can enjoy a high degree of autonomy as a special administrative region and it can retain its armed forces. "
United States-China Relations 11 Years After the Shanghai Communique ... - Sivu 48
tekijä(t) United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs - 1983 - 124 sivua
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Taiwan communique and separation of powers: report on the Taiwan Relations ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Separation of Powers - 1983 - 20 sivua
...1981, "nine point statement." Hearings, at 190. Points 3 and 4 of the "reunification proposal" state : 3. After the country is reunified, Taiwan can enjoy...administrative region and it can retain its armed forcea. The central Government will not interfere with local affairs on Taiwan. 4. Taiwan's current...

Taiwan Communique and Separation of Powers: Hearings Before the Subcommittee ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Separation of Powers - 1983
...wan can enjoy a high degree f+^' \^^w^^^\^*^V\i~<A tonomy as a special administrative re- . . gion and it can retain its armed forces. ; The central Government will not inter- ;'• fere with local affairs on Taiwan. -:- ; •• •4. Taiwan's current socioeconomic system...

Foreign Policy of the Republic of China on Taiwan: An Unorthodox Approach

Yu San Wang - 1990 - 222 sivua
...exchange of mail, trade, air and shipping services, and other such exchanges. It assured that Taiwan would enjoy a high degree of autonomy as a special administrative region and would retain its armed forces without the central government's interference and that Taiwan's current...
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The International Status of Taiwan in the New World Order: Legal And ...

Jean-Marie Henckaerts - 1996 - 337 sivua
...further elaborated the policy and principles for the settlement of the Taiwan question. He affirmed that "after the country is reunified, Taiwan can enjoy...of autonomy as a special administrative region" and proposed mat talks be held on an equal footing between the ruling Parties on each side of the Straits,...
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Taiwan's Security in the Post-Deng Xiaoping Era

Martin L. Lasater, Peter Kien-hong Yu - 2000 - 356 sivua
...relatives and tourists as well as academic, cultural and sports exchanges'. 3. After reunification, 'Taiwan can enjoy a high degree of autonomy as a special...administrative region and it can retain its armed forces'. Also, the PRC 'Central Government will not interfere with local affairs on Taiwan'. 4. After reunification,...
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Taiwan-China: A Most Ticklish Standoff

Adam W. Clarke - 2001 - 145 sivua
...and tourists as well as academic, cultural, and sport exchanges, and reach an agreement thereupon. 3. After the country is reunified, Taiwan can enjoy a high degree of autonomy as a special administration region, and it can retain its armed forces. The central government will not interfere...
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Taiwan's Modernization: Americanization and Modernizing Confucian Manifestations

Wei-Bin Zhang - 2003 - 236 sivua
...academic, cultural, sports exchanges, and reach an agreement thereupon; (3) after the reunification, Taiwan can enjoy a high degree of autonomy as a special administrative region and can retain its armed forces, and the Central Government will not interfere with local affairs in Taiwan;...
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Dangerous Strait: The U.S.--Taiwan--China Crisis

Nancy Bernkopf Tucker - 2005 - 272 sivua
...and shipping services, visits, and various kinds of exchanges. • After unification, Taiwan could "enjoy a high degree of autonomy as a special administrative region," and "the central government" would not interfere with "local affairs on the island." • Taiwan could retain...
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Untying the Knot: Making Peace in the Taiwan Strait

Richard C. Bush - 2005 - 416 sivua
...shipping services, visits, and various kinds of exchanges. — after unification, Taiwan would be able to "enjoy a high degree of autonomy as a special administrative region" and that "the central government" would not interfere with "local affairs on the island." — Taiwan would...
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