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    Title: Reimagining Taiwan? The EU' s Foreign Policy and Strategy in Asia
    Authors: Biedermann, Reinhard
    Date: 2018-08
    Issue Date: 2018-11-29 12:10:22 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Kluwer Law International
    Abstract: The European Union’s (EU’s) Taiwan policies have been dominated by trade and economic
    concerns due to the absence of a security profile and China’s insistence on Taiwan belonging to
    China. This neglect of a political role of the EU in East Asia is often regarded as a central strategic
    weakness of the EU. With a new government in office in Taiwan since 2016, Cross-Strait
    relations have worsened; this challenges EU’s ambitions to become a strategic actor in the region.
    Apart from security and economy, other political aspects of bilateral relations have remained
    almost unnoticed in the literature. This article addresses EU’s Taiwan policies from a different
    perspective. Instead of a hierarchic foreign policy exploration with security issues predominating,
    here, a multidimensional mosaic of EU’s Taiwan relations is analysed breadthways. From this
    standpoint, one can see that EU’s profile in Taiwan has increased considerably in recent years.
    These broadened bilateral relations may also support the EU’s wider political and strategic
    interests in the region altogether. The EU could help Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy align
    with EU’s Association of Southeast Asian Nations strategy, and thus support a rule-based
    strategy in the Far East.
    Relation: European Foreign Affairs Review 23(3) P.305–325
    Appears in Collections:[Department of Global Political Economy] Journal Article

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