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|Other Titles: ||After president Chen Shuibian declares the ultimate unification, to the US, China, Taiwan relates the influence|
|Authors: ||俞傳旺;Yu, Chuan-wang|
|Keywords: ||國統綱領;終統;美中台關係;九二共識;一中原則;Guidelines for National Unification;abolishing of Guidelines for National Unification;One China”principle;1992 Consensus;US-China-Taiwan Relationship|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-10 23:24:16 (UTC+8)|
On October 7, 1999, former president Lee Teng-hui solemnly declared the official establishment of National Unification Council (NUC) to the Chinese community worldwide. In his declaration, Mr. Lee proclaimed that “Unification of China is an unattainable dream, and I, as the president of the Republic of China, bear the sole responsibility to maintain the sovereign integrity of national territory.” While the NUC and the subsequent Guidelines for National Unification have lied aside without putting into practice since.
On May 20, 2000, president Chen Shui-ben in his inauguration speech, proclaimed a
new cross-Strait policy of “Four Nos and One Without,” in which, he pointed out
that the One Without indicating there is no issues whatsoever concerning the abolishing of Guidelines for National Unification. Then again on January 29, 2006, president Chen in his New Year Message, further stated that "Now is an appropriate time to seriously consider abolishing the National Unification Council and the Guidelines for National Unification in order to reflect the current state of Taiwanese consciousness," marking a giant step towards abolishing of Guidelines for National Unification. On February 28, 2006, president Chen officially ordered the ceasing of function of NUC and the application of Guidelines for National Unification, which the Executive Yuan was at the same time notified.
This study intends to explore the corresponding policies and relations in the U.S-Chin-Taiwan diplomatic triangle, before and after the abolishing of Guidelines for National Unification, and the decision-making process concerning president Chen’s proclamation. Hopefully, through an in-depth discussion and criticizing review, more insights will be yielded as reference for academic and governmental sectors in their cross-Strait policy-making process.
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