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Taiwan's China Dilemma: Contested Identities and Multiple Interests in Taiwan's Cross-Strait Economic Policy

Taiwan's China Dilemma: Contested Identities and Multiple Interests in Taiwan's Cross-Strait Economic Policy

作者 : Syaru Lin

出版社 : STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

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維吉尼亞大學教授林夏如精闢解析台灣如何從進退兩難的經濟政策與兩岸關係中脫困
 
中國與台灣處於全球最緊張及複雜的政治關係,擁有相似的文化,儘管1980年開始雙方的經濟利益關係緊密聯繫,卻仍未改善彼此的政治立場與關係,統一與否的主張仍是未解的難題。
 
此外,台灣近期發生的「太陽花運動」更促使雙方之間的經濟聯繫與發展陷入緊繃,為何台灣與中國的政治立場與經濟政策會如此不一致?透過林夏如教授深入研究與探討,解析台灣內部認同問題對兩岸經濟政策所產生的深遠影響。透過專訪台灣主要政商界及民間意見領袖,採訪無數經濟學者及數據蒐集,刻劃出當代關係最緊張的兩個國家,探討台灣和中國未來的經濟關係展望。陷入中國困境的台灣,必須透過經濟整合與政治對話,化解台灣人面臨統一的壓力及增加認同中國的比例。
 
China and Taiwan share one of the world's most complex international relationships. Although similar cultures and economic interests promoted an explosion of economic ties between them since the late 1980s, these ties have not led to an improved political relationship, let alone progress toward the unification that both governments once claimed to seek. In addition, Taiwan's recent Sunflower Movement succeeded in obstructing deeper economic ties with China. Why has Taiwan's policy toward China been so inconsistent?

Taiwan's China Dilemma explains the divergence between the development of economic and political relations across the Taiwan Strait through the interplay of national identity and economic interests. Using primary sources, opinion surveys, and interviews with Taiwanese opinion leaders, Syaru Shirley Lin paints a vivid picture of one of the most unsettled and dangerous relationships in the contemporary world, and illustrates the growing backlash against economic liberalization and regional economic integration around the world.
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