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タイトル: The Evolution of the "One China" Concept in the Process of Taiwan's Democratization
著者: Matsumoto I., Haruka
松本, はる香
キーワード: One China
PRC
ROC
Taiwan
China
Democratization
Lee Teng-hui
Foreign relations
Foreign policy
1つの中国
中華人民共和国
中華民国
台湾
中国
民主化
李登輝
国際関係
外交政策
Issue Date: Mar-2007
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: IDE Discussion Paper. No. 91. 2007.3
抄録: This paper investigates how Taiwan's "one China" concept evolved during the democratization process that occurred under the leadership of former President Lee Teng-hui. The author argues that there was a crucial evolution of the "one China" concept and that the transformation of the concept resulted from changes in Taiwan's internal political circumstances. The evolution of the concept creates a real possibility that the "status quo" sought by the ROC in the Taiwan Strait both during and after the Cold War might be destroyed. In addition, any further evolution of the "one China" concept will surely make the "status quo" of Taiwan untenable, in that it would induce Taiwan to seek de jure instead of de facto independence, possibly initiating a conflict between the PRC and the ROC. To prevent such a conflict in the Taiwan Strait, the international community must persuade the ROC not to go beyond the "status quo" and to stay within the framework of de facto independence. At the same time, both the PRC and the ROC should be urged to maintain an open conduit of communication for productive talks on the reunification of China.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/534
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