Lifting the 'No Haste, Be Patient' Policy: Implications for Cross-Strait Relations

@article{Wang2002LiftingT,
  title={Lifting the 'No Haste, Be Patient' Policy: Implications for Cross-Strait Relations},
  author={T. Y. Wang},
  journal={Cambridge Review of International Affairs},
  year={2002},
  volume={15},
  pages={131 - 139}
}
  • T. Y. Wang
  • Published 1 April 2002
  • Political Science
  • Cambridge Review of International Affairs
Cross-Strait relations remain deadlocked following Chen Shui-bian's inauguration as Taiwan's president. Amid this political stalemate, Chen's administration decided to change the 'no haste, be patient' ( jie-ji yueng-ren ) policy while refusing to endorse the 'one China' principle. While this policy change is in response to domestic demands, Chen and his ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) are unlikely to reap any benefit from these actions without active cooperation from China's leaders… 

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