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Trends. Human Rights In The People's Republic Of China: On Rewards And Leverage, Editor Mar 1998

Trends. Human Rights In The People's Republic Of China: On Rewards And Leverage, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses the Clinton administration's announcement that it will not sponsor this year's resolution before the United Nations Human Rights Commission in Geneva that would condemn the People's Republic of China (PRC) for human rights violations.


Trends. Human Rights And Mental Health: What Happens When The Right Are Wrong?, Editor Nov 1997

Trends. Human Rights And Mental Health: What Happens When The Right Are Wrong?, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

In this analysis the author discusses the moral and ethical criteria of those who seek to prevent human rights violations.


Aerospace And Foreign Policy, Editor Jun 1997

Aerospace And Foreign Policy, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The author discusses developing and implementing foreign policy towards the Peoples Republic of China regarding the market for aircraft and aerospace technology.


Old Ally Versus New Friend : China's Economic Relations With The Two Koreas, Brian Bridges Mar 1997

Old Ally Versus New Friend : China's Economic Relations With The Two Koreas, Brian Bridges

CAPS Working Paper Series

This paper examines the nature of China’s economic relationship with the two Koreas, discussing the motivations behind China’s policy changes in the 1990s and assessing recent trends in trade, investment and economic cooperation. The prospects of the Tumen river development programme, which brings together all three countries in a multilateral cooperative venture, will also be analysed. The paper ends with some assessments of the future course of China’s relations with the two Koreas, especially with the uncertain internal situation in the North making the prospect of reunification loom larger.


Hong Kong In United States-China Relations: The International Politics Of Hong Kong's Reversion To Chinese Sovereignty, James T. H. Tang Jan 1997

Hong Kong In United States-China Relations: The International Politics Of Hong Kong's Reversion To Chinese Sovereignty, James T. H. Tang

Research Collection School of Social Sciences

This article examines the implications of the political transition of Hong Kong onUS-China relations in strategic, political and economic dimensions. It evaluates the impactof Hong Kong's changing status in the context of the engagement-containment debate onChina policy in the US. It suggests that US concerns over questions such as democracy andhuman rights and China's rejection of foreign interference' in Hong Kong would turn theterritory into a source of political conflict between the US and China. Finally it points outthat any major trade confrontation between the two countries would have serious implicationsfor the territory. The article concludes by arguing ...


Foreign Policy And The People's Republic Of China: A Behaviorist Perspective, Editor Nov 1996

Foreign Policy And The People's Republic Of China: A Behaviorist Perspective, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The editor discusses foreign policy as it relates to China through the lens of behavioral psychology.


Rethinking Us-Taiwan Relations After The Cold War: Creative Ambiguity Vs. Assertive Democratization, Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang Oct 1996

Rethinking Us-Taiwan Relations After The Cold War: Creative Ambiguity Vs. Assertive Democratization, Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang

Politics Faculty Publications and Presentations

This paper seeks to explore whether it is possible for the U.S. to pursue parallel relationships with Taiwan and China, that is, whether U.S.-Taiwan relations can be "decoupled" from the Washington-Taipei-Beijing triangle. It will first provide a brief overview on how the U.S.-Taiwan relations have evolved since 1949, when the reality of two Chinas set in with the founding of the People's Republic. Then it will discuss the framework of current U.S. policy toward Taiwan. In light of significant developments within each country involved in recent years, this paper will question the policy ...


Chinese Threat Conference, Robert J. Bunker Jan 1996

Chinese Threat Conference, Robert J. Bunker

CGU Faculty Publications and Research

No abstract provided.


Lethal Laws, David B. Kopel Jan 1995

Lethal Laws, David B. Kopel

David B Kopel

Book review of Lethal Laws, which examines the relationsip between gun prohibition and genocide in Nazi Germany, the Soviet Union, China, Cambodia, Guatemala, Uganda, and Armenia.


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 ...


Chinese Foreign Policy In Changing Perspective--A Case Study Of The Three World Doctrine, Guojun Xu May 1992

Chinese Foreign Policy In Changing Perspective--A Case Study Of The Three World Doctrine, Guojun Xu

Master's Theses

China has in recent years embarked on a fresh policy of close cooperation with her former antagonists, the Western countries, not only in economic areas, but also on social, military and political issues. Does this mean that China has given up her highly publicized third world position? Or did China ever genuinely belong with the third world in the past? These questions are explored in the thesis through careful analyses of the origins of China's foreign policies as well as comparative observations of their applications to different countries at different stages. Rather than isolating individual variables, as some writers ...


Tiananmen: China's Struggle For Democracy - Its Prelude, Development, Aftermath, And Impact, Winston Y.L. Yang, Marsha L. Wagner Jan 1990

Tiananmen: China's Struggle For Democracy - Its Prelude, Development, Aftermath, And Impact, Winston Y.L. Yang, Marsha L. Wagner

Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies

No abstract provided.


Public Opinion Reform In China, David S. Mason, Ken Colburn Jan 1989

Public Opinion Reform In China, David S. Mason, Ken Colburn

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

As the People's Republic of China shifts toward a more market-oriented economic system, it has also begun exploring another Western institution: scientific public opinion polling. As Yang Guansan, one of China's leading pollsters, said recently in the Beijing Review: "Only five or six years ago, the public opinion poll was considered to be a 'bourgeois' or 'capitalist' method of social survey ... Now the taboo has been swept away in the strong tide of reform, which is challenging all of China's traditions, stereotypes and prejudices."


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

No abstract provided.


Survey Of Recent Developments In China (Mainland And Taiwan), 1985-1986, Hungdah Chiu Jan 1987

Survey Of Recent Developments In China (Mainland And Taiwan), 1985-1986, Hungdah Chiu

Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies

No abstract provided.


The Joint Venture And Related Contract Laws Of Mainland China And Taiwan: A Comparative Analysis, Clyde D. Stoltenberg, David W. Mcclure Jan 1987

The Joint Venture And Related Contract Laws Of Mainland China And Taiwan: A Comparative Analysis, Clyde D. Stoltenberg, David W. Mcclure

Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies

No abstract provided.


An Analysis Of The U.S.-China Nuclear Energy Cooperation Agreement, Benjamin Chiu Jan 1987

An Analysis Of The U.S.-China Nuclear Energy Cooperation Agreement, Benjamin Chiu

Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies

No abstract provided.


The Legal Status Of The Chinese Communist Party, Robert Heuser Jan 1987

The Legal Status Of The Chinese Communist Party, Robert Heuser

Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies

No abstract provided.


Communications And China's National Integration: An Analysis Of People's Daily And Central Daily News On The China Reunification Issue, Shuhua Chang Jan 1986

Communications And China's National Integration: An Analysis Of People's Daily And Central Daily News On The China Reunification Issue, Shuhua Chang

Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies

No abstract provided.


Symposium On Hong Kong:; 1997, Hungdah Chiu Jan 1985

Symposium On Hong Kong:; 1997, Hungdah Chiu

Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies

No abstract provided.


Peking's Negotiating Style: A Case Study Of U.S.-Prc Normalization, Jaw-Ling Joanne Chang Jan 1985

Peking's Negotiating Style: A Case Study Of U.S.-Prc Normalization, Jaw-Ling Joanne Chang

Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies

No abstract provided.


The Political Basis Of The Economic And Social Development In The Republic Of China, Alan P. L. Liu Jan 1985

The Political Basis Of The Economic And Social Development In The Republic Of China, Alan P. L. Liu

Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies

No abstract provided.


The Communist Party Of China: Party Powers And Group Politics From The Third Plenum To The Twelfth Party Congress, Hung-Mao Tien Jan 1984

The Communist Party Of China: Party Powers And Group Politics From The Third Plenum To The Twelfth Party Congress, Hung-Mao Tien

Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies

No abstract provided.


The People's Republic Of China, International Law And Arms Control, David Salem Jan 1983

The People's Republic Of China, International Law And Arms Control, David Salem

Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies

No abstract provided.


Media-Coverage On Taiwan In The People's Republic Of China, Jorg-Meinhard Rudolph Jan 1983

Media-Coverage On Taiwan In The People's Republic Of China, Jorg-Meinhard Rudolph

Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies

No abstract provided.


Chinese Regionalism: Yesterday And Today, Franz Michael Jan 1981

Chinese Regionalism: Yesterday And Today, Franz Michael

Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies

No abstract provided.


Multi-System Nations And International Law: The International Status Of Germany, Korea And China (Proceedings Of A Regional Conference Of [The] American Society Of International Law Jan 1981

Multi-System Nations And International Law: The International Status Of Germany, Korea And China (Proceedings Of A Regional Conference Of [The] American Society Of International Law

Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies

No abstract provided.


The Chinese Connection And Normalization, Hungdah Chiu, Karen Murphy Jan 1980

The Chinese Connection And Normalization, Hungdah Chiu, Karen Murphy

Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies

No abstract provided.


The Conceptual Foundations Of U.S. China Policy: A Critical Review, James C. Hsiung Jan 1980

The Conceptual Foundations Of U.S. China Policy: A Critical Review, James C. Hsiung

Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies

No abstract provided.