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|Title: ||台海兩岸政治關係之探討 : 以「九二共識」為例|
|Other Titles: ||The study of cross-strait political relations : the case of " 92consensus"|
臺海兩岸政治關係之探討 : 以「九二共識」為例
|Authors: ||簡永裕;Chien, Yung-yu|
|Keywords: ||兩岸關係;大陸政策;九二共識;反分裂國家法;Cross-strait Relations;Mainland China Policy;92Consensus;anti-secession law|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-10 23:44:52 (UTC+8)|
Since 2000, the DPP Presidential candidate Chen Shui- Bain was elected the President of the Republic of China (R.O.C.), DPP has become the ruling party of the R.O.C. from the biggest opposition party. DPP succeeded in realizing the unprecedented party realignment in history. The autocratic system of KMT, walked into history. DPP, which insists on“one-China and one- Taiwan” policy, finally has a stage to state their political ideas. However, DPP with the party program of “Taiwan Independency” has an obvious conflict with and differency from former KMT‘s China Policy which advocated national unity.
Hu Jintao took charge of the presidency of the state from Jiang Zemin''s hand, and became the chairman of the "Central Armed Force Commission" in the September 2004. Hu Jintao officially becomes the Chinese Communist Party’s fourth national leader, who is in charge of the country, the military, and the policy-making. In January, 2006, the Chinese Communist Party declared that instead of commemorating "the Jiang’s 8.point", in the future "Hu''s 4 points “will primarily become the guidelines of China''s Taiwan Policy, which demonstrated that Hu Jintao will be gradually stable in the power structure and start to lead decision-making of Taiwan Policy. Since President Hu Jintao took power, what he had to deal with the Taiwan affairs in its two-face strategy, using both persuasion and threats in the operation of Taiwan Policy, demonstrates that he''s not only the leader of Chinese Communist Party but also the essential role who leads the cross-strait relations’ development.
In order to conform to the global trend of thought, Taiwan has to be creative and flexible to be able to break through the new concepts of cross-strait relations.
|Appears in Collections:||[國際事務與戰略研究所] 學位論文|
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