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Bicoastal China: A Dialectical, Paradigmatic Analysis
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Authors: Yu, Peter Kien-hong (National University of Singapore) 
Book Description:
This book is constructed upon a dialectical model (or paradigm) and then applied to analyze many issues concerning Bicoastal China, namely, the People's Republic of China (PRC) and the Republic of China (ROC) on Taiwan. This model differs in many respects from other dialectical models. The issues include: The dialectical succession problem in China; the complex, dialectical relationship between the Communist Party of China (CPC) and the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA); the politico-military dimension of mainland China and Taiwan's relations; the "One Country, Two Systems:; the dialectical dual recognition in foreign relations; the negotiation between Beijing and Taipei; changing the national title of the PRC as well as the ROC, if necessary; transferring of party politics from Taiwan to mainland China; and the Nansha Island Group as a dialectical cooperation and coordination place between Beijing and Taipei.

Table of Contents:
Contents: PART I: Chapter 1: Introductory Remarks; Chapter 2: Dialectical Politics Should be First Analyzed Dialectically; PART II: Chapter 3: The Dialectical Succession in Mainland China; Chapter 4: The Dialectical Relationship between the Communist Party of China and the Chinese People's Liberation Army; PART III: Chapter 5: The Dialectical, Politico-military Dimension of Mainland China and Taiwan's Relations; Chapter 6: The Dialectical "One Country, Two Systems"; Chapter 7: Foreign Relations: The Dialectical Dual Recognition; Chapter 8: Dialectical Negotiations Between Beijing and Taipei; PART IV: Chapter 9: Republic of China and Republic of China: Toward a Dialectical One China; Chapter 10: Transferring Party Politics from the Taiwan Area to Mainland China: A Sub-dialectical Game; Chapter 11: Nansha Island Group as a Dialectical Cooperation and Coordination Place Between Bicoastal Chinese Armed Forces; PART V: Chapter 12: Concluding Remarks

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      China in the 21st Century
   Binding: Hardcover
   ISBN: 1-56072-640-7
   Status: AV
  
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