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Taiwan Faces Better PLA Ability
Andrei Chang. United Press International, 26 January 2008. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

Boom and Bust: The Strengths and Weaknesses of Taiwan's Defense Strategy Emerge
Christopher Griffin. Armed Forces Journal, 08 January 2008.

China's Ability to Sustain War
Andrei Chang. United Press International, 04 January 2008. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

China-Taiwan Relations: Beijing Keeps Its Cool
David G. Brown. Comparative Connections, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, January 2008 (.pdf file).

U.S.-Taiwan Relations: What's the Problem?
Richard C. Bush III. The Brookings Institution, 03 December 2007.

Seizing the Opportunity for Change in the Taiwan Strait
Yun-han Chu and Andrew J. Nathan. The Washington Quarterly, Winter 2007-08 (.pdf file).

Democracy on the Rocks: Taiwan's Troubled Political System Since 2000
Dafydd Fell. Harvard Asia Pacific Review, Winter 2007 (.pdf file).

China Steps Up Military Focus on Taiwan
David Lague. The New York Times, 10 October 2007.

Taiwan Plans Missiles Able to Hit China
David Lague. The New York Times, 29 September 2007.

U.S.-China Relations After Resolution of Taiwan's Status
Roger Cliff and David A. Shlapak. RAND, 25 September 2007 (.pdf file).

Taiwan: Major U.S. Arms Sales Since 1990
Shirley A. Kan. Congressional Research Service, updated 12 July 2007 (.pdf file).

China/Taiwan: Evolution of the 'One China' Policy - Key Statements from Washingto, Beijing and Taipei
Shirley A. Kan. Congressional Research Service, updated 09 July 2007 (.pdf file).

China-Taiwan Relations: Dueling in the International Arena
David G. Brown. Comparative Connections, Center for Strategic and International Studies, July 2007. Posted on the Commonwealth Institute website (.pdf file).

Hidden in Plain View: A China Strategy for Taipei
Masahiro Matsumura. The China Post, 23 April 2007. Posted on the Brookings Institution website.

Underlying Strains in Taiwan-U.S. Political Relations
Kerry Dumbagh. Congressional Research Service, updated 20 April 2007 (.pdf file).

Taiwan Lowers its Defenses
Jonathan Adams. Far Eastern Economic Review, April 2007. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

Opposing Views on a Contentious Issue: Two Essays on Conflict Prevention between Mainland China and Taiwan
Fu Liqun, Lai Ching-Nang and Wang Yang-Cheng. Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, Silk Road Studies Program, March 2007 (.pdf file).

U.S. Academic Advises Against Buying Subs
Charles Snyder. Taipei Times, 20 January 2007. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

Explaining Taiwan's Revisionist Diplomacy
Robert S. Ross. Journal of Contemporary China, August 2006. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website (.pdf file).

The U.S.-China-Taiwan Triangle: Towards Equilibrium
Donald S. Zagoria. Policy Forum Online, 23 May 2006.

Defense Officials Losing Faith in Missile Defense Potential
Rich Chang. Taipei Times, 10 April 2006. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

The 'One China' Policy: Terms of Art
Stanton Jue. American Diplomacy, 03 April 2006.

Taiwan: Major U.S. Arms Sales Since 1990
Shirley A. Kan. Congressional Research Service, 21 March 2006 (.pdf file).

Beijing and Washington Must Work Together for Long-Term Peace in the Taiwan Strait
Jing Huang. The Brookings Institution, 09 March 2006.

U.S. Said to be Blocking Sale of Subs
Mac William Bishop. Taipei Times, 20 February 2006. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

Taiwan Strait Update: Crisis Deferred
Denny Roy. Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, February 2006 (.pdf file).

Taiwan's Security: Beyond the Special Budget
Mark A. Stokes. Asian Outlook. American Enterprise Institute, 2006 (.pdf file).

More Strait Talk: Ten Years After the Taiwan Missile Crisis
Bates Gill, Chin-hao Huang. The Jamestown Foundation, 25 October 2005 (.pdf file).

Finessing a Tougher Taiwanese Defense
Richard Halloran. Japan Times, 27 September 2005. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

China and Taiwan: Uneasy Dentente
International Crisis Group, 21 September 2005.

Net Assessment of Cross-Strait Military Capabilities
Dennis J. Blasko. Hearing before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, 15 September 2005 (.pdf file).

China's Military Modernization and the Cross-Strait Balance
Roger Cliff. Testimony before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, 15 September 2005 (.pdf file).

China's Military Modernization and the Cross-Strait Balance
Adam Cobb. Submission to the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, 15 September 2005 (.pdf file).

Hearing on China's Military Modernizatrion and the Cross-Strait Balance
Thomas J. Christensen. Testimony before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, 15 September 2005 (.pdf file).

China's Military Modernization and the Cross-Strait Balance
Roger Cliff. Testimony presented before the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission, 15 September 2005. Posted on the RAND website.

Countering a Strategic Gambit: Keeping US Airpower Employable in a China-Taiwan Conflict
Col. Lawrence M. Martin, Jr. Air & Space Power Journal, Fall 2005.

Countering a Strategic Gambit: Keeping US Airpower Employable in a China-Taiwan Conflict
Col. Lawrence M. Martin, Jr. Air & Space Power Journal, Fall 2005.

Tied on Taiwan
Dan Blumenthal and Gary Schmitt. National Review Online, 21 July 2005. Posted on the American Enterprise Institute website.

China's Military Geared to Deterring Taiwan, Report Says
Thom Shanker and David E. Sanger. New York Times, 20 July 2005. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

Taiwan: Melos or Pylos?
James R. Holmes and Toshi Yoshihara. Naval War College Review, July 2005. Posted on the Find Articles website.

Party Politics and Taiwan's External Relations
Shelley Rigger. ORBIS, Summer 2005 (.pdf file).

Taiwan: Major U.S. Arms Sales Since 1990
Shirley A. Kan. Congressional Research Service, 27 May 2005 (.pdf file).

Civil War in China: The Final Phase
Suzanne Pepper. Japan Policy Research Institute, May 2005.

Changing Personalities of Chinese Military in the Cross-Strait Relations
Xiaobing Li. Preseneted at the "Conference on Personalities and Sino-American Relations", University of Virginia, 29 April 2005 (.pdf file).

Japan and ther Taiwan Straits: The Perspective from Beijing
Alan D. Romberg. Stimson Center, 22 April 2005 (.pdf file).

Bridging the Gap: PRC Missile Modernization and the Changing Deterrence Environment
Brigadier Vijai K. Nair. China Brief, Jamestown Foundation, 29 March 2005 (.pdf file).

Taiwan: Recent Developments
Kerry B. Dumbaugh. Congressional Research Service, 17 March 2005 (.pdf file).

Promoting Cross-Strait Stability, Avoiding Catastrophe
Alan D. Romberg. PacNet, CSIS, 02 March 2005 (.pdf file).

Cross-Strait Confidence Building Measures
Brad Glosserman. Issues and Insights, CSIS, February 2005 (.pdf file).

China, U.S. Each Hold Major War Exercises
Los Angeles Times, 20 July 2004. Posted on Taiwan Security Research web site.

Rice Rebuffs China on Taiwan Arms Sales
Philip P. Pan. Washington Post, 09 July 2004.

Needed: High-level Contacts between U.S. and Taiwan Military Commanders
John J. Tkacik. WebMemo #552, Heritage Foundation, 18 June 2004.

China's Military Already Superior to Taiwan's, Says Expert
Tschang Chi-chu. Straight Times, 10 June 2004. Posted on Taiwan Security Research web site.

A US-Taiwan Free Trade Agreement
Greg Mastel. Project for the New American Century, 02 June 2003 (.pdf file).

Balancing US Interests in the Strait
Ronald Montaperto. China Brief, 27 May 2004. Jamestown Foundation.

Shifting Balance of Power in the Taiwan Strait
Bernard D. Cole. China Brief, 27 May 2004. Jamestown Foundation.

Cross-Strait Relations: The Present and Near Term. A Washington View
David M. Lampton. Remarks presented to Finish Institute of International Affairs, Helsinki, Finland, 12 May 2004. Posted on the Nixon Center website.

U.S. Cross-Strait Policy: Time to Reconsider
Maureen S. Steinbruner. Policy Wire, May 2004. Center for National Policy.

Outlook for Continued Stability in the Taiwan Strait
Jeffrey A. Bader. In the National Interest, 7 April 2004.

Taipei's Arms Procurement Dilemma: Implications for Defending Taiwan
Richard Bitzinger. Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, 04 April 2004 (.pdf file).

U.S.-Taiwan Arms Sales: The Perils of Doing Business with Friends
Denny Roy. Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, 03 April 2004.

Pentagon Announces Plans to Sell Radars to Taiwan
Bradley Graham. Washington Post, 01 April 2004.

The PLA, Chen Shui-Bian, and the Referenda: The War Dogs That Didn't Bark
James Mulvenon. China Leadership Monitor, Spring 2004. Hoover Institution.

Dangerous Games across the Taiwan Strait
Andrew Peterson. Washington Quarterly, Spring 2004 (.pdf file).

US: China Has Credible Taiwan Attack Options
Stephen Blank. Asia Times, 02 March 2004. Posted on Taiwan Security Research website.

Trouble in Taiwan
Michael D. Swaine. Foreign Affairs, March/April 2004.

The US-ROK Alliance: Building a Mature Partnership
James J. Przystup and Kang Choi. Institute for National Strategic Studies Special Report, March 2004 (.pdf file).

Trouble in Taiwan
Michael D. Swaine Foreign Affairs, March/April 2004.

US:  China Has Credible Taiwan Attack Options
Stephen Blank. Asia Times, 02 March 2004.

Taiwan Strait IV:  How an Ultimate Political Settlement Might Look
International Crisis Group, 26 February 2004 (.pdf file).

China-Taiwan Arms Race Quickens
Stephen Blank. Asia Times, 24 February 2004. Posted on Taiwan Security Research web site.

China Rejects Taiwan's Proposal for DMZ
Edward Cody and Philip P. Pan. Washington Post, 12 February 2004.

Can the Dragon Swim? The Naval Balance in the Taiwan Strait
John C.K. Daly. China Brief, The Jamestown Foundation, 20 January 2004.

Do theTies Still Bind? The US-ROK Security Relationship After 9/11
Norman D. Levin. Rand Corp, 2004 (.pdf file).

Where Taiwan Support Stops
Michael D. Swaine and Minxin Pei. Washington Post, 07 December 2003. Posted on the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace website.

Crisis Deterrence in the Taiwan Strait
Douglas McCready. Strategic Studies Institute, November 2003. Posted on the Commonwealth Institute website (.pdf file).

New Crisis in the Taiwan Strait?
Shelley Rigger. Foreign Policy Research Institute, 05 September 2003.

China's Closing Window of Opportunity
Justin Bernier and Stuart Gold. Naval War College Review, Summer 2003. Posted on the Find Articles website.

China Missile Tests
Washington Times, 18 July 2003. Posted on Taiwan Security Research web site.

Taiwan Strait I:  What's Left of 'One China'?
International Crisis Group, 06 June 2003 (.pdf file). Posted on the Taiwan Security website.

Taiwan Strait II:  The Risk of War
International Crisis Group, 06 June 2003 (.pdf file). Posted on the Taiwan Security website.

Taiwan Strait III:  The Chance of Peace
International Crisis Group, 06 June 2003 (.pdf file). Posted on the Taiwan Security website.

Taiwan
Richard Halloran. Parameters, Spring 2003. Posted on the Commonwealth Institute website. (.pdf file).

Taiwan Speeding Up Procurement of Patriot Weaponry
Agence France-Presse, 25 March 2003. Posted on Taiwan Security Research web site.

Taiwan's Threat Perceptions:  The Enemy Within
Denny Roy. Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, March 2003 (.pdf file).

PLA to Outclass ROC Military by 2010:  Scholar
Chris Cockel. China Post, 27 February 2003. Posted on Taiwan Security Research web site.

Cross-Strait Relations:  Past, Present, Future
Chien-Jen Chen. Foreign Policy Research Institute, 21 February 2003.

The China-Taiwan Military Balance:  Implications for the United States
Ivan Eland. Foreign Policy Briefing #74, Cato Institute, 05 February 2003 (.pdf file).

US-China-Taiwan:  Missile Diplomacy
Macabe Keliher. Asia Times, 12 December 2002.

China Suggests Missile Buildup Linked to Arms Sales to Taiwan
John Pomfret. Washington Post, 10 December 2002. Posted on Taiwan Security Research web site.

Taiwan and U.S. Policy:  The Diplomatic Dimension
Alan D. Romberg. The Henry L. Stimson Center, 09 October 2002.

Navigating the Taiwan Strait
Robert S. Ross. International Security, Fall 2002 (.pdf file).

If Taiwan Chooses Unification, Should the United States Care?
Nancy Bernkopf Tucker. The Washington Quarterly, Summer 2002. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

An Analysis of Taiwan's Actual Military Strength
Zhu Xianlong. People's Daily, 16 August 2002. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

Taiwan Needs A Coherent, Consistent Cross-Strait Policy
Raymond Wu. Straits Times, 13 August 2002. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

China and Taiwan Back Away From New Confrontation
John Pomfret. Washington Post, 10 August 2002.

Why Taiwanese Businessmen Can't Turn Their Backs on China
Goh Sui Noi. Straits Times, 2 August 2002. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

Taiwan Independence and the U.S. Response
Martin L. Lasater. Taiwan Security Research, 31 July 2002.

Taiwan Prepares for Cyber Warfare
Associated Press, 29 July 2002. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

Taiwan: Armed to the Teeth
David Isenberg. Asia Times, 19 July 2002.

New Arms Race Looms Between China, Taiwan
Jim Wolf. Reuters, 10 July 2002. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

Addressing the Taiwan Question: The U.S. Role
Alan D. Romberg. Occasional Paper #47. The Henry L. Stimson Center, July 2002.

Domestic Determinants of Taiwan‚s Mainland Policy
Su Chi. Presented at "Peace Across the Taiwan Strait", a conference sponsored by the Asian Studies Centre, Oxford University, 23-25 May, 2002. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

Addressing the Taiwan Question: The U.S. Role
Alan D. Romberg. Prepared for "Finding a Basis for Sustainable Peace Across the Taiwan Strait", a conference at St. Antony's College, Oxford University, 23-25 May 2002. Posted on the Henry L. Stimson Center website.

Taiwan's Foreign and Defense Policies: Features and Determinants
James Mulvenon and Michael Swaine. Rand Corporation, February 2002.

Taiwan's Security and U.S.-Israeli Relations
Holmes Liao. Peaceforum, February 2002. Taiwan Research Institute.

Some Thoughts on Cross-Strait Relations
Alan D. Romberg. American Foreign Policy Interests, 2002. Posted on the Henry L. Stimson Center website.

Missile Defenses and the Taiwan Scenario
James Mulvenon. Report #44. Stimson Center, January 2002.

"China's Sacred Territory, Taiwan Island:" Some Thoughts on American Policy
Alan D Romberg. Occasional Paper #44. Stimson Center, January 2002.

Taiwan Home-Grown Shield: Doubts Aplenty
Lawrence Chung. Straits Times, 18 December 2001. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

Taiwan in US-PRC Relations: A Strategic Perspective
Alan D. Romberg. Occasional Paper #43. Stimson Center, December 2001.

The Chinese Sharpen Their Options
Richard J. Newman. Air Force Magazine, October 2001.

Taiwan and US-PRC Relations
Alan D. Romberg. Occasional Paper #42. Stimson Center, September 2001.

How China Might Invade Taiwan
Charles D. Ferguson and Piers M. Wood. Naval War College Review, Autumn 2001. Posted on the Military Photos website.

Defending Taiwan, and Why it Matters
Chris Rahman. Naval War College Review, Autumn 2001. Posted on the Find Articles website.

Taiwan: Domestic Gridlock, Cross-Strait Deadlock
Willem van Kemenade. The Washington Quarterly (Autumn 2001).

What if . . . "China Attacks Taiwan!"
Richard L. Russell. US Army War College Quarterly (Autumn 2001).

China-Taiwan Dialogue Could Begin at the APEC Summit
John J. Tkacik, Jr. Executive Memorandum No. 767. Washington DC: The Heritage Foundation, 21 August 2001.

US has Taiwan Strait Emergency Response Plans
China Times, 19 July 2001. Posted on TSR Website.

The United States of China: How business is moving Taipei and Beijing together
Allen T. Cheng. Asia Week, 6 July 2001.

Cross-Strait Relations in the Aftermath of the Election of Chen Shui-bian
Dennis Van Vranken Hickey and Yitan Li. Southwest Missouri State University, Political Science Department, July 2001. Posted on the TSR Website.

U.S. Policy Toward Taiwan
James C.P. Chang. Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, June 2001.

Going Too Far Bush's Pledge to Defend Taiwan
Ted Galen Carpenter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 66. Washington DC: Cato Institute, 30 May 2001.

Military Balance Needs Assessment
Holmes Liao. Taipei Times, 18 May 2001. Posted on the TSR Website.

Study: Shift Defense Focus to Taiwan
Associated Press,15 May 2001. Posted on the TSR Website.

US answers call to arms, and more
Laurence Eyton. Asia Times, 26 April 2001.

Also on Taipei's Radar: Reform
John Pomfret. Washington Post, 25 April 2001. Posted on the Taiwan Security website.

Arming Taiwan
Special Report. PBS Online NewsHour. 24 April 2001

Taiwan's Big Victory On Arms Sales
Nicholas Berry. CDI Asia Forum. 24 April 2001.

Assessing New U.S. Arms Sales to Taiwan
James H. Nolt. Foreign Policy In Focus, Global Affairs Commentary, 24 April 2001.

Taiwan to Get Variety of Arms
Steven Mufson and Dana Milbank. Washington Post, 24 April 2001. Posted on the NucNews website.

The Taiwan Prescription Is Deterrence Without Provocation
David Shambaugh. IHT, 23 April 2001.

Strategic Clarity vs. Strategic Ambiguity in the Taiwan Strait
Cheng-yi Lin. Taiwan Research Institute, Peace Forum, 21 April 2001.

U.S. Arms Sales to Taiwan: A Complaint List
Cheng-yi Lin. Taiwan Research Institute, Peace Forum, 21 April 2001.

Take Force Out of Cross-Strait Issue
Zhang Tianguang. South China Morning Post, 19 Apr. 2001. Posted on TSR Website.

The Right Arms for Taiwan
Michael O'Hanlon. Washington Post, 14 April 2001. Posted on the Brookings Institution Website.

China-US: All fronts engagement
Editorial. Asia Times, 8 April 2001.

Secret U.S. Study Concludes Taiwan Needs New Arms
Michael R. Gordon. New York Times, 1 Apr. 2001. Posted on the TSR Website.

White House Reveals Plans for New Taiwan Arms Sale
Jane Perlez. New York Times, 17 Mar. 2001. Posted on TSR Website.

Missile Developed to Face Up to China
Brian Hsu. Taipei Times, 13 Mar. 2001. Posted on TSR Website.

'Six Assurances' Remain US Policy: Powell
Taiwan Headlines, 9 March 2001. Posted on TSR Website.

Taiwan: Recent Developments and US Policy Choices
Kerry Dumbaugh. Congressional Research Service, March 2001. Posted on the FAS Website.

China and Taiwan: what role for the US?
Frank Ching. Foreign Policy Association, 2001.

China Is Gaining Leverage on Taiwan
Dougles H. Paal. IHT, 27 Dec. 2000. Posted on TSR Website.

Report says arms sales to Taiwan serve U.S. interests
Sandra Jontz. Stars and Stripes, 21 December 2000.
Posted on FAS Website.

Pentagon Report on Implementation of Taiwan Relations Act-Executive Summary
Washington, DC: US Department of Defense, December 2000.

U.S. reaffirms commitment to Taiwan's defensive capability
Pentagon Report on Implementation of Taiwan Relations Act, December 2000. Posted on the US State Department Website.

China and Taiwan-From Flashpoint to Redefining One China
Gary Klintworth. Research Paper 15 2000-2001. Australian Parliament Library, 7 November 2000.

Taiwan's Security in the Post-Deng Xiaoping Era
Martin L. Lasater. In Taiwan's Security in the Post-Deng Xiaoping Era. London: Frank Cass, November 2000. Posted on Taiwan Security Research Web site.

Can China Conquer Taiwan?
Michael O'Hanlon. International Security (Fall 2000) Posted on the Brookings Institution Web site.

US Arms Sales Would Boost Taiwan's Defense Capacity: Analysts
Agence France Presse, 29 September 2000. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research Web site.

Swap Arms Race for Arms Control
Yuan I. Taipei Times, 21 September 2000. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research Web site.

Relaxed, but not Re-linked
David Brown. Pacific Forum CSIS Comparative Connections, July-September 2000.

Confidence-Building Across the Taiwan Strait: Taiwan as a Peace Zone Proposal
I Yuan. CNAPS Working Paper, Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies, September 2000.

tudies, July 27, 2000.

Project Strait Talk: Security and Stability in the Taiwan Strait
Phillip C. Saunders. Seminar Report. Center for Nonproliferation Studies, 27 July 2000.

Taiwan and the Future of Asian Security
Robert A. Manning. Politique Internationale (Summer 2000)

What Taiwan's Military Really Needs
David Shambaugh. International Herald Tribune, 22 April 2000.
Posted on the Brookings Institution Website.

China-Taiwan Debate: If Taiwan Declares Independence and China Reacts with Force: On Whom Shoud the US Lean Harder, China or Taiwan?
Chas. W. Freeman, Jr. and Arthur Waldron. Transcript from a debate sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations, April 19, 2000.

Taiwan navy not ready for Aegis
Brian Hsu. The Taipei Times Online, 22 March 2001.

Taiwan Is Safe for Now
Michael O'Hanlon. Washington Post, 18 March 2000.
Posted on the Brookings Institution Website.

Taiwan's China Problem: After A Decade Or Two, Can There Be A Solution?
Lynn T. White III. School for Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 2000. Posted on the Taiwan Documents website.

Air Activity Over the Taiwan Strait
Kenneth W. Allen. 16 August 1999. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website

Undiscussed Linkages: Implications of Taiwan Straits Security Activity on Global Arms Control and Nonproliferation
Monte R. Bullard. Paper presented at a conference sponsored by the Center or East Asian and Pacific Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 6-7 October 2000. Posted n Taiwan Security Research Web site.

Challenges to the U.S. East Asian Security Policy: Implications for Taiwan's Security
Philip Yang. Report from a conference sponsored by the Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 6-7 October 2000. Posted on Taiwan Security Research Web site.

"One China" and Relations Across the Taiwan Strait
Ronald N. Montaperto, James J. Przystup and Gerald W. Faber. Strategic Forum (September 2000). Posted on the CIAO website.

Flashpoint: The Taiwan Strait
June Teufel Dreyer. Foreign Policy Research Institute, June 2000. Posted on the Taiwan Research Web site.

Comprehending Strategic Ambiguity: US Policy Toward Taiwan Security
Brett V. Benson and Emerson M. S. Niou. Taipei, Taiwan: Taiwan Security Research, April 2000.

Tension in The Taiwan Strait
Denny Roy. Survival (March 2000). Posted on the Taiwan Research Web site.

A Matter of Time: Taiwan's Eroding Military Advantage
David Shambaugh. Washington Quarterly (Spring 2000).

Conflict in the Taiwan Strait: The American Response
Martin L. Lasater. Taiwan Security Research Website. February 2000.

Lessons from the Taiwan Relations Act
Jaw-ling Joanne Chang. Orbis (Winter 2000) Posted on the Commonwealth Institute website (.pdf file).

Dire Strait? Military Aspects of the China-Taiwan Confrontation and Options for U.S. Policy
David A. Shlapak, et al. Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation, 2000.

Flashpoint, Taiwan
Linda Chao and Ramon H. Myers. Hoover Digest (No. 4, 2000). Posted on the Hoover Institute Web site.

Dire Strait? Military Aspects of the China-Taiwan Confrontation and Options for U.S. Policy
David A. Shlapak, David T. Orletsky, and Barry A. Wilson. RAND, 2000.

Taiwan Security Enhancement Act
US House of Representatives, Committee on International Relations 26 October 1999. Posted on the Taiwan Research Web site.

New Archival Evidence on Taiwanese Nuclear Intentions, 1966-1976
William Burr. National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book, October 1999.

Tensions Across the Strait: China's Military Options Against Taiwan Short of War
James H. Anderson. Heritage Foundation, 28 September 1999.

Military Provocation Over the Taiwan Strait
Ken Allen. Henry L. Stimson Center, 17 August 1999.

The PLA and the Taiwan Strait
June Teufel Dreyer. Paper prepared for the International Forum on The Peace and Security of the Taiwan Strait, July 26-28, 1999. Posted on Taiwan Security Research.

The United States and Cross-Strait Rivalry: Strategic Partnership and Strategic Ambiguity.
Dennis Van Vranken Hickey. Atlantic Council Occasional Paper, May 1999.

Establishing Cross-Strait Military CBMs
Kenneth Allen. Henry L. Stimson Center, Editorial Advisory, 22 April 1999. Posted on Taiwan Security Research.

The Security Situation in the Taiwan Strait
U.S. Department of Defense Report to Congress, February 1999. Posted on the Federation of American Scientists website.

Show of Force: The PLA and the 1995-1996 Taiwan Strait Crisis
Andrew Scobell. Asia/Pacific Research Center, Stanford University, January 1999. Posted on the CIAO website.

Taiwan's National Security, Defense Policy, and Weapons Procurement Processes
Michael D. Swaine. Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation, 1999.

The China-Taiwan Military Balance
James H. Nolt. In Across the Taiwan Strait: Exchanges, Conflicts, and Negotiations, edited by Winston L. Yang and Deborah A. Brown. Center for Asian Studies, St. John's University: 1999. Posted on the Project on Defense Alternatives Website.

Let Taiwan Defend Itself
Ted Galen Carpenter. Cato Policy Analysis No. 313. 24 August 1998.

Chinese Defense Modernization and the Defense of Taiwan: Implications for the USAF
Jerry D. Harriss. Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama: Air University, 1998.

Taiwan and the South China Sea
Ralph Clough and Scott Snyder. Strategic Trends in China, National Defense University, 1998.

The People's Republic and Taiwan
Robert A. Manning and Ronald N. Montaperto. Strategic Forum 103, Institute for National Strategic Studies, February 1997.

Taiwan Relations Act. 1979.
Posted on the Taiwan Research Institute Website.

Mutual Defense Treaty Between the United States of America and the Republic of China. 1954
Posted on the Taiwan Research Institute Website.

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