Words across the Taiwan Strait: A Critique of Beijing's "White Paper" on China's Reunification (review)

Words across the Taiwan Strait: A Critique of Beijing's "White Paper" on China's Reunification... Reviews in John F. Copper. Words across the Taiwan Strait: A Critique ofBeijing's "White Paper" on China's Reunification. Lanham, Maryland: University Press ofAmerica, 1995. 127 pp. Hardcover $32.50, isbn 0-8191-9908-7. Paperback $15.95, isbn 0-8191-9909-5. This book is a chapter-by-chapter critique of the "White Paper" on Taiwan and cross-strait relations promulgated by the PRC in 1993. The book is informative as it provides many fresh facts and arguments never encountered before in the official publications of the PRC or even Taiwan. For example, it reveals that Mao Zedong once intended to handle the Taiwan issue the same way as it did Korea (p. 9). It also presents many arguments from the international and legal perspectives, which the PRC should listen to and take seriously even it does not intend to act accordingly. The author considers the many aspects of the Taiwan issue and cross-strait relations. He presents much factual data to show that the PRCs arguments that Taiwan is a part of China are neither comprehensive nor convincing. He also argues that the "one country, two systems" principle could be very difficult to implement in Taiwan. He even refutes China's position that Taiwan cannot be a member of international http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Words across the Taiwan Strait: A Critique of Beijing's "White Paper" on China's Reunification (review)

China Review International, Volume 4 (1) – Mar 30, 1997

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Reviews in John F. Copper. Words across the Taiwan Strait: A Critique ofBeijing's "White Paper" on China's Reunification. Lanham, Maryland: University Press ofAmerica, 1995. 127 pp. Hardcover $32.50, isbn 0-8191-9908-7. Paperback $15.95, isbn 0-8191-9909-5. This book is a chapter-by-chapter critique of the "White Paper" on Taiwan and cross-strait relations promulgated by the PRC in 1993. The book is informative as it provides many fresh facts and arguments never encountered before in the official publications of the PRC or even Taiwan. For example, it reveals that Mao Zedong once intended to handle the Taiwan issue the same way as it did Korea (p. 9). It also presents many arguments from the international and legal perspectives, which the PRC should listen to and take seriously even it does not intend to act accordingly. The author considers the many aspects of the Taiwan issue and cross-strait relations. He presents much factual data to show that the PRCs arguments that Taiwan is a part of China are neither comprehensive nor convincing. He also argues that the "one country, two systems" principle could be very difficult to implement in Taiwan. He even refutes China's position that Taiwan cannot be a member of international

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Published: Mar 30, 1997

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