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United States-Taiwan Security Ties: From Cold War to Beyond Containment Dennis Van Vranken Hickey

United States-Taiwan Security Ties: From Cold War to Beyond Containment

Dennis Van Vranken Hickey

Published November 30th 1993
ISBN : 9780275946722
Hardcover
208 pages
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This book is an introductory study of the complex security relationship that exists between the United States and Taiwan. It explains how U.S. security policy toward Taiwan has been steered primarily by Cold War calculations and how the U.S. hasMoreThis book is an introductory study of the complex security relationship that exists between the United States and Taiwan. It explains how U.S. security policy toward Taiwan has been steered primarily by Cold War calculations and how the U.S. has sought to respond creatively to the constraints on military support for Taiwan imposed by the normalization of relations with the Peoples Republic of China. Hickey suggests that, with the disintegration of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War, the time has arrived for adjustments in the U.S.-Taiwan relationship. These modifications should not, however, include a change in American security policy, which should continue to serve U.S. interests in the post-Cold War environment.