What Can Taiwan (and the United States) Expect from Japan?

  title={What Can Taiwan (and the United States) Expect from Japan?},
  author={Greg Noble},
  journal={Journal of East Asian Studies},
  pages={1 - 34}
  • G. Noble
  • Published 1 April 2005
  • Economics
  • Journal of East Asian Studies
In the 1990s and into the new century, increased Japanese sympathy toward Taiwan and antipathy toward mainland China led to a series of moves to improve treatment of Taiwan, including enhanced transportation links, a higher level and frequency of official contacts, posting of a military attaché, and expressions of support for Taiwan's participation in regional and international organizations. Nevertheless, Japan remains firmly wedded to a One China policy that opposes both the use of force by… 
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