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Select Bibliography on Taiwan’s External Relations

  • Bush III , Richard C. (2004). At Cross Purposes:U.S.-Taiwan Relations Since 1942. Armonk, NY and London : M.E. Sharpe
  • Chan, Gerald (1997). “Taiwan as an Emerging Foreign Aid Donor: Developments, Problems, and Prospects.” Pacific Affairs, Vol. 70, No.1, pp. 37-56.
  • Cohen, Jerome Alan, Edward Friedman, Harold C. Hinton, and Allen S.eds., (1971). Taiwan and American Policy: The Dilemma in U.S.-China Relations. New York: Praeger.
  • Guilloux, Alain (2009). Taiwan, Humanitarianism and Global Governance. London and NY: Routledge.
  • Hickey, Dennis V. (2007). Foreign Policy Making in Taiwan: from Principle to Pragmatism. London and NY: Routledge.
  • Jacoby, Neil H. (1966).U.S. Aid to Taiwan: A Study of Foreign Aid, Self-Help and Development. New York: Praeger.
  • Kau, Michael Ying-mao (1992). “The ROC’s New Foreign Policy Strategy.” In D. F. Simon and M.Y Kau, eds., Taiwan Beyond Economic Miracle (pp.237-255). Armonk, NY :M.E. Sharpe.
  • Kubek, Anthony (2002). Ronald Reagan And Free China. Tampa, FL.: Hallberg Publishing.
  • Leng, Tse-Kang (2002). “Economic Globalization and Its Talent Flows across the Taiwan Strait: The Taipei/Shanghai/Silicon Valley Triangle.” Asian Survey, Vol. 42, No.2, pp. 230-250.
  • Leong, Ho Khai (1993). “The changing political economy of Taiwan-Southeast Asia relations.” Pacific Review, Vol. 6, No.1, pp. 31 – 40.
  • Li, Victor H.ed (1980). The future of Taiwan: a Difference of Opinion. White Plains, N.Y.:M.E. Sharpe
  • Mengin, Françoise (2002). “A Functional Relationship: Political Extensions to Europe-Taiwan Economic Ties.” China Quarterly, No. 169, pp. 136-153.
  • Nathan, Andrew. J. (2000).“What’s Wrong with American Taiwan Policy.Washington Quarterly, 23, No. 2, pp. 91-106.
  • Payne, Richard J. and Cassandra R. Veney (2001). “Taiwan and Africa: Taipei’s Continuing Search for International Recognition.” Journal of Asian and African Studies, 36, No.4, pp. 437-450.
  • Peng-Er, Lam (2004). “Japan-Taiwan Relations: Between Affinity and Reality.” Asian Affairs, Vol. 30, No. 4, pp. 249-267.
  • Pollack, Jonathan D. (1986).“The Military Balance in the Taiwan Strait and the Implications of China’s Military Modernization.”AEI Foreign Policy and Defense Review, Vol. 6, No. 3, PP.35-42.
  • Rigger, Shelley (2011). Why Taiwan Matters. Lanham , MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
  • Robinson, Thomas W. (1996). “America in Taiwan’s Post Cold-War Foreign Relations.” China Quarterly, NO. 148, pp. 1340-1361.
  • Sun, Jing (2007). “Japan-Taiwan Relations: Unofficial in Name Only.” Asian Survey , Vol. 47, No.5, pp. 790-810.
  • Sutter, Robert (2006). “The Taiwan Problem in the Second George W. Bush Adminishation .”Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 15, No.48, pp. 417-441.
  • Taiwan Brian Trust, ed. (2010). A Rising Chinese Hegemony and Challenges to the Region.  Taipei: Taiwan Brain Trust.
  • Tkacik,John J.ed. (2004). Rethinking One China. Washington, DC: Heritage Foundation.
  • Tubilewicz, Czeslaw (2007). “Europe in Taiwan’s Post–Cold War Foreign Relations.” Diplomacy & Statecraft, Vol. 18, No.2, pp. 415 – 443.
  • Tucker, Nancy Bernkopf, ed. (2005). Dangerous Strait: The U.S.-Taiwan-China Crisis. NY: Columbia University Press.
  • Wang, T. Y. (2006). “Taiwan’s bid for UN membership.” In E. Friedman, ed. China’s Rise, Taiwan’s Dilemmas and International Peace (pp. 174-192).London and NY: Routledge:
  • Wu, Jaushieh Joseph, ed. (1995). Divided Nations: The Experience of Germany, Korea and China. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University.
  • Yahuda, Michael (1996). “The International Standing of the Republic of China on Taiwan.” China Quarterly,Vol. 148, pp. 1319-1339.

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