OJPS  Vol.4 No.4 , October 2014
The Impacts of the Taiwan Issue on Sino-US Relations
Abstract: The Sino-US relations can be regarded as one of the most important bilateral relations in the world, and the Taiwan issue is the core of the relations. The main purpose of this paper is to analyze the impacts of the Taiwan issue on the Sino-US relations. These impacts are analyzed in the following four aspects: 1) the attitude of the US to the Taiwan independence forces; 2) the adjustment of global strategic objectives of the US; 3) the rise of China and the adjustment of the US’s China strategy; 4) the factors of Taiwan issue influencing on pattern of common interests of China and the US.
Cite this paper: Xie, H. (2014) The Impacts of the Taiwan Issue on Sino-US Relations. Open Journal of Political Science, 4, 237-243. doi: 10.4236/ojps.2014.44025.

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