Taiwan’s international visibility in the twenty-first century: A suggestive note

  title={Taiwan’s international visibility in the twenty-first century: A suggestive note},
  author={Young Chul Cho and Mun Suk Ahn},
  journal={International Journal},
  pages={79 - 90}
  • Y. Cho, M. Ahn
  • Published 1 March 2017
  • Political Science
  • International Journal
This paper provides a critical check to the ongoing, dominant blue/green debate about Taiwan’s identity vis-à-vis China. The colour blue is associated with those who support closer ties with China and green with those who support Taiwanese independence. The state-centric debate over unification, independence, or the status quo in cross-strait relations is closely tied to Taiwan’s national aspirations to enhance its international standing in the twenty-first century, a standing which is arguably… 

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