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The Phantom Menace

Poster:Post date:2011-08-16
Catergory:Commentaries
Region:(Regional Issues)
Issue:(Regional Issues)
 Daniel L. Byman and Charles King (New York Times, Aug. 16, 2011) 
Taiwan shows one way out of this conundrum; despite existing in a state of legal uncertainty, it has thrived. The key was engagement. Taiwan’s economic and strategic importance pushed the United StatesChina and other great powers to tiptoe around — and sometimes even embrace — its unsettled legal status.
 
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