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Taiwan's National Identity and China-Taiwan Relations

이원봉 1 LIM KYOO SEOB 2

1경희사이버대학교
2경희대학교

Candidate

ABSTRACT

China-Taiwan relations have been changed under the influence of China-Taiwan policy established by China, Taiwan, and United States. Taiwan's China-Taiwan policy has supported not only achieving political independence but also maintaining economic exchange. Although economic policy is quite similar with Taiwan's, China has kept Taiwan's independence under the 'One China' policy. And U.S pushed ahead with a policy which put importance on stability and peace in China-Taiwan relations for their own national profits. As a result, exchange of people and goods has increased consistently between China and Taiwan and also the political relationship started to improve since the inauguration of Mayingjiu(Ma Ying-jeou) government in Taiwan. In this thesis, we will do research on the change of Taiwan's national identity and how that has affected China-Taiwan relations using Taiwan's internal identity as a major factor about it. In actual fact, achieving reunification and independence matters are based on Taiwan's national identity and they affected Taiwan's policy toward China because they can become important issues distinguishing different political parties. Consequently, it has led to a direct cause of the change on Taiwan-China relations.

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