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|Title:||Misreading Each Other's Minds: Taipei, Beijing, and Washington||Authors:||Yu, P.K.-H.||Issue Date:||2001||Citation:||Yu, P.K.-H. (2001). Misreading Each Other's Minds: Taipei, Beijing, and Washington. Asian Affairs: An American Review 28 (2) : 81-91. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Focus here is on the misconceptions that have arisen between policy planners in Beijing, Taipei, & Washington, DC. The article discusses tensions within the People's Republic of China as the economy is shifting from communism to a sort of "socialism-with-Chinese-characteristics." Also explored is how mistrust can arise between political players when all the policies cannot be revealed for fear of destroying a plan. Relations between Beijing, Taipei, & Washington are analyzed in terms of the Chinese government's changing outlook on relations with Taiwan & US views regarding Taiwan. E. Miller.||Source Title:||Asian Affairs: An American Review||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/132731||ISSN:||00927678|
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