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Possible Scenarios for the Future of Cross Strait Relations

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After sixty years of cold (and sometimes hot) war in the Taiwan Strait, the world is witnessing a rapprochement that is taking hold in every societal sphere.  Professor Leng shares his thoughts on trends and issues that may become focal points as the cross strait dialogue evolves in the coming years.  He states that both sides need to better understand the domestic concerns of the other, and that regardless of whether one advocates unification or independence, the shared common imperative is to maintain peace and grow prosperity on both sides of the strait.

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About Tse-Kang Leng

Tse-Kang Leng professor of political science at Taiwan Chengchi University
Dr. Leng is a professor of political science at Taiwan Chengchi University and a research fellow at the Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica. His research focuses on cross-Taiwan strait relations, the political economy of China and politics of globalization in China and Taiwan. He has authored four books on these topics and collaborated individual chapters for several publications on related topics. He has also co-authored dozens of... [Full Bio]
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