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How Can Taiwan Enter The United Nations? History, Issues, And Approaches, Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang Oct 1994

How Can Taiwan Enter The United Nations? History, Issues, And Approaches, Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang

Politics Faculty Publications and Presentations

This paper examines the history and issues related to, as well as offers some suggestions to, Taiwan's efforts to enter the United Nations. It first juxtaposes the UN's idealism (universal representation) with its realism (power politics) and reviews the evolution of the China representation issue in light of the changing politics in the United Nations. Then it tests Taiwan's statehood, which is requisite for UN membership, and discusses the domestic and international reasons for Taiwan's UN bid. In the final section, the paper demonstrates the prerequisites, models, and approaches for Taiwan's reentry into the United ...


From The Thirteenth To The Fourteenth Party Congress: Promises And Challenges Of The Prc's Economic Reform, The Roc's Political Democratization And China's National Reintegration, Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang Oct 1992

From The Thirteenth To The Fourteenth Party Congress: Promises And Challenges Of The Prc's Economic Reform, The Roc's Political Democratization And China's National Reintegration, Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang

Politics Faculty Publications and Presentations

The thirteenth party congresses of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the Kuomintang (KMT) were arguably the most important vantage points in contemporary Chinese political history. They symbolized an apex of reformist political currents in the People's Republic of China (PRC) on the mainland and the Republic of China (ROC) on Taiwan, respectively. The congresses ushered in a period of unprecedented change and uncertainty, hope and despair. Many analysts' earlier euphoria, however, gave way to sober reassessment, as each polity encountered tremendous challenges. In particular, the Tiananmen Massacre served as a rude awakening to the seemingly irresolvable tension between ...


U.S.-Taiwan Cigarettes, Beer And Wine-Trade Negotiation: A Study Of Collective Action, Public Goods And Game Theory, Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang, Samuel Chang-Yung Ku Apr 1987

U.S.-Taiwan Cigarettes, Beer And Wine-Trade Negotiation: A Study Of Collective Action, Public Goods And Game Theory, Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang, Samuel Chang-Yung Ku

Politics Faculty Publications and Presentations

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