In the 17th National People’s Congress among the heavy political report, for the first time '' two sides sign the peace agreement '' write into the formal shelf of the party Hwu Jin-Tao, the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China, this is not only the first time of a state leader of the Communist Party of China, but also Hwu Jin-Tao fixes the guidance frame for the cross-Straits relations in the future, and this will most likely influence the following five years, ten years, even the politics on two sides is interdynamic for more time, the meaning does not allow and look small.Even though there is no significant change on its “one China” and “one country two systems” policies, China has not yet renounced invasion of Taiwan by force and is still preparing for such action in suitable timing, and, as a result, remains a grave threat to the national security of Taiwan.
We can reach a conclusion from the past developments and relevant research materials that ever since the separation of the two sides of Taiwan Straits, the Chinese regime has always played a double strategy of “war and peace”, i.e. a combination of “unification by force” and “peaceful unification.” No matter who is the Chinese leader, Mao Ze-Dong and Zou En-Lai of the first generation, or Deng Xiao-Ping of the second generation, or Jian Ze-Ming of the third generation, or Hwu Jin-Tao of the fourth generation, or even after the 17th National People’s Congress, this double strategy remains unchanged.In general, China’s Taiwan policy after the 17th National People’s Congress is based on the following principles: the adherence to the “One China” principle, “peaceful unification” and “one country two system”, maintenance of the stability of cross straits relations, and enhancement of economic exchanges across the Straits. It adopts strategies of pressuring from both inside and outside and playing “carrot and stick” trick, in the pursuit to achieve the ultimate goal mentioned above.
During the initial stage of Hwu Jin-Tao period, he still followed Jian Ze-Ming’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, The Communist Party of China under is on the senior level to head the administration to show Hwu Jin-Tao, have already formed a set of intact ones to a strategy and tactics policy, is free of situation of the Taiwan Straits but find it hand to cover expenses.the peaceful future across the Taiwan Strait would come in a stable way, should the regime in Beijing seriously consider the craving of people on Taiwan for freedom, democracy and peace, and revisit the policy of “one country, two systems” as its measure of “united front” strategy toward Taiwan. It was urged that the differences across the both sides of the Taiwan Strait should be recognized and commonality must be found, and the realistic actions should be made possible.