INAF-414 Taiwan in the 21st Century
Fall for 2013-2014
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The rise of China, US power and influence in Asia and the Pacific, and Taiwan assertiveness have made Taiwan a focal point of US and international policy concern as the main international hot spot that could lead to great power military conflict involving the United States. This course explains the background, status, and outlook of the China-Taiwan-US triangular relationship. It gives special focus to political, economic, social, and intellectual trends on Taiwan, how they affect Taiwan's standing in the triangular relationship, and what this means for both China and the United States. Class procedures are a combination of lectures, student reports, and class discussion.
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