Implications of Taiwan-Chinese relations for Australia
Australia sees Taiwan as an important, independent regional trading power. Although never central to Australian foreign policy, since the mid-1980s in particular, Australia has been upgrading its relations with Taiwan in the light of Taiwan's economic growth, the emergence of political freedoms, and pragmatism in its relations with Beijing. While official policy remains that diplomatic relations are maintained only with Beijing, with no expectation of change in the future, economic relations...[Show more]
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