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|Other Titles: ||The study of the significance and impact of cross-strait direct links|
|Authors: ||陳俊成;Chen, Jiunn-Cheng|
潘錫堂;郭展禮;Pan, His-Tang;Guo, Zhan-Li
|Keywords: ||兩岸關係;直航;cross-strait relationship;cross-strait direct links|
|Issue Date: ||2011-12-28 17:01:15 (UTC+8)|
The civilian exchanges across the Taiwan Strait mushroomed since our government allowed civilians to visit their relatives in Mainland China, starting from 1987. The two sides joined in the WTO, a fast-changing economic situation at home and abroad, coupled with the advent of the era of economic globalization, so that cross-strait economic and trade relations are getting closer and closer, whether it is to cope with the challenges of economic globalization, or uphold the resource-sharing, economic co-prosperity The trend of regional economic cooperation, or based on internal political and economic needs of different cross-strait links (especially direct) current cross-strait relations has become the most interactive topic of concern.
At present, the two sides were different under the jurisdiction of the political system, direct cross-strait issue is not a simple economic problem must be related to cross-strait consultations, the Congress will be at home, the media, interest groups and the public challenges. At the same time contains the political, social, cultural, and national security issues, after the cross-strait direct flights to Taiwan in economic, political or national security, the impact of whether the Government can put forward countermeasures, will be the highlight.
In 2008, Ma Ying-Jiu was elected president of Taiwan. The new government is using the economic project as a guide for the cross-strait relationship with Mainland China. Development in this new government uses a different cross-strait relationship approach, compared to the previous Chen Shui-Bian government. This new government newly developed a cross-strait sea system, developing a new form of trade between the two sides. To set a new milestone in cross-strait direct links, up till the end of April 2009, both sides have had authorities discuss this issues three times, and signed nine agreements. With the implementation of the agreement, the cross-strait “link” have officially gone underway, and have entered a new era, with direct routes between the Taiwan and Mainland China.
This essay is mainly discussing the cross-strait direct transport system and the problems that arise. Taiwan and China first reviewed the agreements related to issues of the direct shipping policy, and reviewing the development of the cross-strait shipping policy. In addition, they will also explore the the issues of cross-strait air transportation structural factors, and to identify how both countries interact, as well as domestic politics, their economic atmosphere and international views. Other issues to be looked at include national security issues arising from cross-strait direct links, to assess cross-strait economic and social stability, and to have a deeper understanding of cross-strait direct links.
The results on the current research display the status of cross-strait direct links, and the national security issues faced by the Ma government. The economic and social impacts were stable, and an analysis as well as suggestions for implementation. It is hoped that in the future cross-strait direct flights bring not only economic benefits, and it is not cross-strait opposition anymore, but rather cross-strait negotiation. Conflict is being replaced by reconciliation, and both countries are seeking peace and prosperity.
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