Peace Proposal One: The China Commonwealth Model

  • Tai-chun Kuo
  • Ramon H. Myers
Part of the St Antony’s Series book series


The people of Taiwan are bitterly divided about their future. A growing number affirm what we will refer to as Taiwan nationalism, arguing that Taiwan already is a sovereign nation, the ROC and, therefore, should have a state-to-state relationship with the PRC. With the view that Taiwan is not part of China, they claim the ethnicity of Taiwanese, not Chinese. Some even want to change the name of the country to Taiwan or the Republic of Taiwan. The DPP, elected in March 2000 to govern Taiwan, represents these sentiments and ideas.


Chinese Communist Party Special Administrative Region Political Union China Mainland Sovereign Nation 
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  • Tai-chun Kuo
  • Ramon H. Myers

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