The China-Taiwan Relationship
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This paper gives an in-depth analysis of the relationship between China and Taiwan, which has been a point of geo-political concern since the end of World War II. It further considers the impact of the departure of the Japanese and the brief period of political independence experienced by the Island. The paper concludes with a look at the changes Taiwan experienced when hiang Kaishek's Nationalist troops fleeing, Mainland China and Mao Zedong's Communist troops, settled in Taiwan.
From the Paper:"The cross-strait relationship between China and Taiwan has been a point of geo-political concern since the end of World War II following the removal of Japanese colonial control when the Island experienced a brief period of political independence. This period was short-lived since only a few years later the island was inundated with Chiang Kaishek's Nationalist troops fleeing Mainland China and Mao Zedong's Communist troops. While the island of Taiwan has been variously claimed and ignored by Chinese dynasties throughout history, it was not until it was used as a place of refuge for the Goumingtang, or the Nationalists as they are known in English, that it..."
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