Breaking the China-Taiwan Impasse

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a
Academic cooperation, between PRC and Taiwan, 120 -21
Agriculture, and Taiwan's WTO membership, 128,197
Air patrols, of Taiwan Strait, 177 -78
Air travel:
between Taiwan and Hong Kong, 132 ;
possibility of between PRC and Taiwan, 116,132,138
American Institute in Taiwan, and U.S. relations with Taiwan, 19 .
See also United States
ANN (America-Asia Network), 118
APCN-2 (Asia-Pacific Cable Network 2), 118
APEC (Asia-Pacific Cooperation Forum), 5
ARATS (Association for Relations across the Taiwan Strait):
dialogue with SEF, 14,58,59,78,88,92,97,98 ;
establishment and mission of, 83 ;
and military-to-military contacts between Taiwan and PRC, 175 ;
and 1992 Consensus, 43,82 ;
on one-China principle, 84,87,99,100
ARF (ASEAN Regional Forum), 160
Arms control. See Confidence-building measures
Arms sales:
impact of confidence-building measures on, 168 -69;
PRC's attempts to prevent to Taiwan, 146 ;
by Russia to PRC, 144 -45;
U.S. policy on to Taiwan, 12,19,25,152,202 ;
by U.S. to Taiwan, 6,7,16,147,187 -89.
See also Military modernization;
Weapons systems
ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), 141,160
Asia:
PRC-Taiwan relations and stability of, 61 ;
regional economy of, 141 ;
use of confidence-building measures in, 160 -61;
U.S. involvement in, 11,12,204

b
Banking, and cross-strait economic relations, 28,128,137
Barshevsky, Charlene, on WTO membership of Taiwan and PRC, 140
Bayer Group, investment in Taiwan by, 196
Beijing Talks, between SEF and ARATS, 83,88,97,98
Bush, George W.:
and U.S. arms sales to Taiwan, 25,152 ;
and U.S. policy on Taiwan and PRC, 19,20,109,186,189,201 -5;
and U.S. relationship with Taiwan and PRC, 7,8,33,106,109 ;

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