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Title: Negotiating with Beijing: What Should Taipei and a Third Party Know?
Authors: Yu, P.K.-h. 
Issue Date: 1999
Citation: Yu, P.K.-h. (1999). Negotiating with Beijing: What Should Taipei and a Third Party Know?. East Asia: An International Quarterly 17 (2) : 81-110. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This article examines the People's Republic of China's dialectical negotiation process, including its method, conditions, form, style, nature, level, issues, time/timing/length, location, & concessions. It also discusses a third party's role in the negotiation between Taipei & Beijing. Although history does not repeat itself, what the Chinese Communists have done in the past could help us to understand their present negotiation theory & practice. In this article, I am proposing a dialectical negotiating model as contrasted with the more conventional "linear," sequential negotiating model proposed by Lucian W. Pye & Richard H. Solomon for understanding the People's Republic of China's negotiating pattern. Lack of understanding of this model creates a strong sense of distrust & mistrust between both sides of the Taiwan Strait. Taipei certainly does not want to give up its sovereign status nor does Beijing want to see Taiwan become an independent state.
Source Title: East Asia: An International Quarterly
ISSN: 10966838
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