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Australia and Taiwan; bilateral relations, China, the United States, and the South Pacific.

9789004223462

Australia and Taiwan; bilateral relations, China, the United States, and the South Pacific.

Atkinson, Joel.

BRILL

2013

234 pages

$140.00

Hardcover

DU113

This is a historical exploration of bilateral Australian-Taiwanese relations in the Cold War and beyond. Atkinson (Taiwan studies, Monash U., Australia) addresses a number of key themes that have shaped the relationship, especially the impact US-China rivalries over the issue of Taiwan, as well as economic issues and the general approach of the two governments towards the South Pacific. His analysis draws on interviews conducted with key figures, archives, newspapers, and government documents.

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