The Republic of China's Foreign Policy 1949-1988: Factors Affecting Change in Foreign Policy Behavior

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The Republic of China (ROC) has faced severe foreign policy challenges since its relocation from mainland China to Taiwan, and it has had to modify its position several times as its environment has changed. Its foreign policy since 1949 has gone through three distinct phases of development. A series of diplomatic adversities befell the ROC following its defeat in the United Nations in 1971, which presented the nation with an unprecedented challenge to its survival. These calamitous events for the ROC presented it with a frightening identity crisis: it was isolated in the international community and had become a "pariah" ... continued below

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Wang, Chian, 1955- May 1993.

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The Republic of China (ROC) has faced severe foreign policy challenges since its relocation from mainland China to Taiwan, and it has had to modify its position several times as its environment has changed. Its foreign policy since 1949 has gone through three distinct phases of development. A series of diplomatic adversities befell the ROC following its defeat in the United Nations in 1971, which presented the nation with an unprecedented challenge to its survival. These calamitous events for the ROC presented it with a frightening identity crisis: it was isolated in the international community and had become a "pariah" state. This case study examines and analyzes the various changes in the ROC's foreign policy behavior and attempts to determine what has influenced or induced changes in its foreign policy.

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Wang, Chian, 1955-. The Republic of China's Foreign Policy 1949-1988: Factors Affecting Change in Foreign Policy Behavior, dissertation, May 1993; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277809/: accessed November 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .