本研究建議，台灣必須自覺正身處歷史十字路口的處境，當前應以憲法一中與維持現狀，來尋求內部和解與開啟兩岸協商，以此架構維持兩岸和緩良性互動二十年，累積台灣實力。此外，台灣人民應調整思維，認清兩岸問題與台灣前途不是台灣人民所能自行決定，而是取決於美中台的互動，讓時間解決兩岸問題。 The outside reactions vary after Chinese government passed the Anti-Secession Law. While inside Taiwan the debate continues about the purpose of the Anti-Secession Law, Beijing has used new tactics on Taiwan by getting the U.S. to the front line containing Taiwanese independence, rather than Beijing to use political propaganda and threaten of attacking Taiwan as what it previously would have done. The strategy that Beijing uses, one in utilizing Anti-Secession Law to form alliance with U.S. so to prevent the Taiwanese independence issue from effecting Chinese economy growth and national development, and second to issue policies in showing goodwill to Taiwan so to create pro-reunification atmosphere, is the strategy which this essay is looking into.
Many studies and journals on the Anti-Secession Law are either seeing law as a stamp in authorizing Beijing to use military forces to attack Taiwan, or from the perspective in criticizing that the law is contradicting the principles of international law, or only analyzing the law itself and the debate it causes in lawful terms. However, there are less studies and journals in discussing about the meaning and implications of cross-strait interaction as stated in the Anti-Secession Law, and maintain the Taiwan Strait stable is a common interests would mean to the Chinese-U.S. relationship. Therefore, this essay attempts to analyze the strategic implications of the Chinese Anti-Secession Law in China-Taiwan-U.S. relationship, understand its truthful meaning by using a broader range of information for study so to get a more objective view of the purpose of the Anti-Secession Law.
This thesis concludes that the Anti-Secession law has three strategic implications: 1. Preventing Taiwan independence from effecting Chinese national development. 2.Promote cross-strait interactions to create a pro-reunification atmosphere. 3.Cooperate with the U.S. to contain Taiwan independence and persuade the U.S. that both the U.S. and China can benefit from cross-strait stability.
This study suggest:A.that Taiwan should maintain cross-strait status quo with the “constitution-based one China principle”; B.that Taiwanese people should pragmatically realize that Taiwan’s future is jointly determined by Taiwan,the U.S.,and China;and C. that the best solution of the cross-strait dilemma is through time.