Emerging from the project of a study group formed in 1992 at George Washington University's Gaston Sigur Center for East Asian Studies, this volume brings together leading scholars to examine the origins and implications of Taiwan's global role and the ramifications of its growing strength for such crucial policy issues as China's reunification and US policy in East Asia. Many of the papers are followed by a commentary. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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