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|Other Titles: ||China's policy towards Taiwan (2002~2006)|
|Authors: ||王全毅;Wang, Chiuan-yi|
|Keywords: ||「和平統一，一國兩制」;「江八點」;「胡四點」;「反分裂國家法」;Peaceful Unification and One Country, Two Systems;Jian's Eight Points;Hu's Four Points;Anti-Sessession Law|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-10 23:25:29 (UTC+8)|
This thesis is based on the research of the thoughts on China’s policy towards Taiwan by the leader of its 4th generation, Hu Jintao. China’s policy has been consistent and continuous. Mao’s period is from 1949 to1976, which China’s policy towards Taiwan was focused on force to solve Taiwan issue. Since Deng Xiaoping came to the power in 1978, China had changed the strategies into “Peaceful Unification and One China, Two Systems” policy. However, China still never give up using force to solve Taiwan issue. In addition to strengthen “Peaceful Unification and One China, Two Systems” policy, China’s strategies toward Taiwan was based on “Eight Points” during Jiang’s period.
During the initial stage of Hu’s period, he still followed Jiang’s policy toward Taiwan. Afterwards, what made China’s new leader adjust strategies toward Taiwan was that he consolidated his regime increasingly and faced the internal independence of Taiwan getting rampant, for example, it proposed “One Side One Country,” “Referendum,” “Founding a new Constitution,” and “Amending the official name of Taiwan.” Hu Pronounced four “Nos” toward Taiwan, including “not to change One China Policy,” “not to give up the pursuit of peaceful unification,” “not to change the expectation relying on Taiwan people,” and “not to compromise on activities in support Taiwan’s independence.” In addition, China carried through Hu’s four opinions and restrained the independence of Taiwan by Passing “Anti-Sessession Law.”
The characteristics of the thoughts on China’s policy towards Taiwan by its leader of 4th generation are establishing the principle of “Negotiating Taiwan Issue by Law.” In addition, he stressed on striving for the supports of Taiwan people, in particular, the “Anti-Sessession Law” was passed, he interacted with Taiwan’s opposition parties more actively, and address much more preference to Taiwan people. The purposes of these strategies are drawing Taiwan’s opposition parties and Taiwan people to China’s side, furthermore, it wanted to press the DPC yielding to politics.
China has drawn so called “Three Red Lines” toward Taiwan independence, since it passed “Anti-Sessession Law.” Therefore the primary attitude on China’s policy towards Taiwan at present is “Controlling Acting by Still.” Because China doesn’t want to get too much stuff, so that it could endeavoure to deal with internal and foreign affairs. In conclusion, “Anti-Sessession Law” and “Hu’s Four Points” have turned into the guiding principle of China’s policy towards Taiwan by its leader of 4th generation.
|Appears in Collections:||[Graduate Institute of China Studies] Thesis|
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