Lessons in diplomatic coexistence: Taiwan’s relations with China
Compared to the rising Chinese superpower, its neighbor Taiwan is small in territory and in population. A new Taiwanese 'viable diplomacy' policy seeks to replace hostility between the countries with pragmatism and multilateralism.
Compared to China, Taiwan is small in territory and in population. In facing the rise of China, Taiwan faces a strategic dilemma: it needs to ameliorate the threats that China poses, while taking advantage of the huge Chinese market. More recently, however, there has been a concerted effort by Taiwan (Republic of China) to see a window of opportunity, rather than threat, in the relations between Taiwan and China....
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