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|Title:||Is the honeymoon over? progress and problems in cross-strait relations|
|Abstract:||Some may agree and some may disagree, but it can be inferred from the analysis of economic and political developments presented in this article that rapprochement may have begun between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait. Whether that process proceeds or regresses, it is also clear that changes in the Cross-Strait relationship will take place within the context of China's and Taiwan's relationships with the United States. © 2010 NCAFP.|
|Source Title:||American Foreign Policy Interests|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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