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  • Bolt, Paul J. and Carl N. Brenner (2004). “Information warfare across the Taiwan strait.” Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 13, No. 38, pp. 129 – 150.
  • Brown, David G. (2010). “Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement Signed.” Comparative Connections: An E-Journal of East Asian Bilateral Relations, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 77-85.
  • Bush III, Richard C. (2012). Uncharted Strait: the Future of China-Taiwan Relations. Washington, DC: Bookings Institution.
  • Christensen, Thomas J. (2002). “The Contemporary Security Dilemma: Deterring a Taiwan Conflict.” Washington Quarterly, Vol. 25, No. 4, pp. 5-21.
  • Clough, Ralph N. (1999). Cooperation or Conflict in the Taiwan Strait? Lanham, Boulder, NY, Oxford: Rowman and Littlefield.
  • Fell, Dafydd, Henning Kloeter and Chang Bi-yu, eds. (2006). What has changed? Taiwan Before and After the Change in Ruling Parties. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.
  • Gong, Gerrit W., ed. (2000). Taiwan Strait Dilemmas.Washington, DC: Center for Strategic and International Studies.
  • Ho, Szu-Yin and Tse-Kang Leng (2004). “Accounting for Taiwan’s Economic Policy toward China.” Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 13, No. 41, pp. 733-746.
  • Hong, Caroline (2005).“KMT, communists should work together , Lien tells Peking University students.”Taipei Times, April 30, p.3.
  • Hong, Caroline (2005).“Soong denounces independence.”Taipei Times, May 12, p.3.
  • Hong, Tsai-Lung and Chih-Hai Yang (2011). “The Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement between China and Taiwan: Understanding Its Economics and Politics.” Asian Economic Papers, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 79-96.
  • Hong, Zhao and Sarah Y. Tong (2009). Taiwan— Mainland Economic Co-operation Framework Agreement (ECFA): Implications for Cross-Strait Relations. EAI Background Brief, No. 452. Singapore: Institute of East Asia, National University.
  • Hsing, You-tien (1999). Making Capitalism in China: The Taiwan Connection. NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Hsu Szu-chien (2000).“Poll shows China’s white paper benefits Chen.”Taipei Times, March 12, p.8.
  • Hughes, Christopher (2009). “New Trends in Taiwan’s China policy.”Italian Journal of International affairs, Vol. 44, No. 2, pp. 59-74.
  • Kastner, Scott L. (2009). Political Conflict and Economic Interdependence across the Taiwan Strait and Beyond. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press:
  • Kau, Michael Ying-mao (2000). “The Challenge of Cross –Strait Relations.” In H.M.Tien and T.J. Cheng, eds., The Security Environment in Asia-Pacific (pp. 219-240). Armonk, NY :M.E. Sharpe.
  • Keng, Shu and Gunter Schubert (2010). “Agents of Taiwan-China Unification? The Political Roles of Taiwanese Business People in the Process of Cross-Strait Integration.” Asian Survey, Vol. 50, No. 2, pp. 287-310.
  • Leng, Tse-Kang (2002). “Economic Globalization and It Talent Flows across the Taiwan Strait: The Taipei/Shanghai/Silicon Valley Triangle.” Asian Survey, Vol. 42, No. 2, pp. 230-250.
  • Naughton, Barry (1997). “The Emergence of the China Circle.” In B. Naughton, ed., The China Circle: Economics and Electronics in the PRC, Taiwan, and Hong Kong (pp. 3-37).Washington DC: Brookings Institution Press:
  • Ross, Robert S. (2006). “Comparative Deterrence: The Taiwan Strait and the Korean Peninsula.” In A. I. Johnston and R. S. Ross, eds., New Directions in the Study of China’s Foreign Policy ( pp. 13-49). Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press:
  • Shambaugh, David (2000). “A Matter of Time: Taiwan’s Eroding Military Advantage.” Washington Quarterly, Vol. 23, No. 2, pp. 119 – 133.
  • Swaine, Michael D. (2001). “Chinese Decision-Making Regarding Taiwan, 1979-2000.” In D. M. Lampton, ed., The Making of Chinese Foreign and Security Policy in the Era of Reform, 1978-2000 ( pp. 289-336). Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press
  • Tsang, Steve ed. (2004). Peace and Security across the Taiwan Strait. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Tucker, Nancy Bernkopf, ed. (2005). Dangerous Strait: the U.S.-Taiwan-China Crisis. NY: Columbia University Press.
  • Tucker, Nancy Bernkopf (2009). Taiwan Relations and the Crisis with China. Cambridge. MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Tung, Chen-yuan (2008). “The Evolution and Assessment of Cross-Strait Economic Relations in the First Term of the Chen Shui-bian Administration.” In S. M. Goldstein and J. Chang, eds., Presidential Politics in Taiwan: The Administration of Chen Shui-bian (pp. 229-257). Norwalk: East Bridge:
  • Wolff, Lester L. and David L.Simon, eds.,(1982).Legislative History of the Taiwan Relations Act. N.Y.: American Association for Chinese Studies.
  • Wu, Jaushieh Joseph, ed. (1995). Divided Nations: The Experience of Germany, Korea and China. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University.
  • Wu, Rong-I and Chih-hai Yang (2010). “Does Taiwan Really Need ECFA amid Regional Integration in East Asia?” Taiwan Brain Trust Newsletter, No.3.
  • Xin, Qiang (2010). “Beyond Power Politics: Institution-Building and Mainland China’s Taiwan policy transition.” Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 19, No.65, pp. 525 – 539.
  • Yang, Philip (2008). “Cross-Strait Relations under the First Chen Administration.” In S. M. Goldstein and J. Chang, eds., Presidential Politics in Taiwan: The Administration of Chen Shui-bian (pp. 203-228). Norwalk, CT: East Bridge:
  • Zhao, Suisheng, ed. (1999). Across the Taiwan Strait: Mainland China, Taiwan, and the 1995-1996 Crisis. London and NY: Routledge.

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