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Part I: U.S. Policy on “One China”
Congressional Concerns
Table 1. Cabinet-Level Visits to Taiwan After 1979
Key Statements and Ambiguity
Changed Context
Definitions
Unsettled Status
Peaceful Settlement
Has U.S. Policy Changed?
Issue Area 1: Sovereignty
Issue Area 2: Use of Force
Issue Area 3: Dialogue
Overview of Policy Issues
Part II: Highlights of Key Statements by Washington, Beijing, and Taipei
Statements During Nixon Administration
Kissinger’s Secret Talks with PRC Premier Zhou Enlai78
Nixon’s “Five Principles” in Secret Talks with Zhou Enlai
Nixon on Withdrawing U.S. Military Forces from Taiwan
U.S.-PRC Joint Communique (Shanghai Communique)
Mao Zedong on Use of Force84
Statements During Ford Administration
President Ford’s Address to a Joint Session of Congress85
Statements During Carter Administration
U.S. Statement on Diplomatic Recognition of the PRC86
PRC Statement on Establishing China-U.S. Diplomatic Relations88
ROC President Chiang Ching-kuo’s Statement89
PRC’s New Year’s Message to Compatriots in Taiwan90
Taiwan Relations Act (TRA), P.L. 96-8
Statements During Reagan Administration
PRC Leader Ye Jianying’s Nine-Point Proposal99
Letter from President Reagan to Deng Xiaoping100
Reagan’s “Six Assurances” to Taiwan101
Message from President Reagan to Taiwan President102
U.S.-PRC Joint Communique on Arms Sales (1982 Communique)103
President Reagan’s Statement on U.S. Arms Sales to Taiwan108
Reagan’s Secret Memorandum on the 1982 Communique109
PRC’s Statement on the Communique110
Assistant Secretary of State Holdridge and “Six Assurances”111
PRC Leader Deng Xiaoping on “One China, Two Systems”112
Deng Xiaoping on Use of Force and Unification in “1,000 Years”114
Deng Xiaoping on “Peaceful Coexistence” and Taiwan’s Military115
Statements During George H. W. Bush Administration
Toast at the Welcoming Banquet in Beijing116
Taiwan’s National Unification Guidelines; Policy on the PRC117
Taiwan on the Meaning of “One China”118
President Bush on the Sale of F-16s to Taiwan119
“One China, Different Interpretations” (“1992 Consensus”)120
Statements During Clinton Administration
PRC Premier Li Peng Warns Taiwan123
Mainland-Taiwan “Koo-Wang” Talks (Singapore)125
ROC (Taiwan)’s Bid to Gain Parallel Representation at the U.N.129
PRC’s White Paper on Taiwan and on Military Option131
Taiwan’s White Paper on Cross-Strait Relations132
Washington’s 1994 Taiwan Policy Review133
PRC President Jiang Zemin’s “Eight Points”135
Taiwan President Lee Teng-hui’s “Six Point” Response136
U.S. Visa For Lee Teng-hui’s Private Visit to Cornell University137
Clinton’s Secret Letter to Jiang Zemin and “Three Noes”138
U.S. State Department and 1995-1996 Taiwan Strait Crisis139
President Clinton’s Meeting with Japanese Prime Minister140
Secretary of State Christopher on Relations with China141
Taiwan’s First Direct Presidential Election and Inaugural Address142
Taiwan’s Multi-Party National Development Conference143
President Clinton’s Statements at the 1997 Summit
1997 Clinton-Jiang Summit and U.S.-China Joint Statement146
1997 Summit and the State Department on the “Three Noes”147
1998 Clinton-Jiang Summit in Beijing148
1998 Summit and Clinton’s Statement on the “Three Noes”149
Taiwan’s Lee Teng-hui on “One Divided China”151
Second “Koo-Wang Talks” (Shanghai)152
U.S. Assistant Secretary Stan Roth on “Interim Agreements”156
Taiwan’s Lee Teng-hui on “Special State-to-State” Relations157
President Clinton on the “Three Pillars” of Policy Toward Taiwan159
Taiwan’s Position Paper on “Special State-to-State Relationship”160
Presidents Clinton and Jiang at APEC Meeting161
PRC’s Second Taiwan White Paper and “Three Ifs”163
President Clinton on Resolution with “Assent” of Taiwan’s People166
Taiwan President Chen’s Inauguration Speech and “Five Noes”167
PRC Vice Premier Qian Qichen’s New Formulation169
Taiwan President Chen on “Integration”171
President Bush on “Whatever It Takes”172
PRC Vice Premier Qian Qichen’s Invitation to the DPP173
Bush-Jiang Press Conference in Beijing176
Taiwan President Chen on “One Country on Each Side”177
Bush-Jiang Summit in Crawford, Texas178
Bush’s Meeting with PRC President Hu Jintao in France
President Chen Shui-bian on a New Constitution184
Bush’s Meeting with Hu Jintao in Thailand187
Chen Shui-bian’s Speech in New York189
U.S. “Opposition” to Change in Taiwan’s Status191
President Bush’s Meeting with PRC Premier Wen Jiabao193
State Department’s Testimony After Chen’s Re-election194
Chen Shui-bian’s Second Inaugural Address195
Colin Powell on Taiwan’s Lack of Sovereignty199
Richard Armitage on the TRA and Mis-statement on Taiwan’s Status200
U.S.-Japan “2+2 Statement”201
PRC’s Hu Jintao on “Four-Point Guideline”202
PRC’s “Anti-Secession Law” of 2005203
KMT-CPC Joint Statement of 2005 on “Peaceful Development”
Bush on U.S. Response to Provocations206
Chen Terminates the National Unification Guidelines207
Bush-Hu Summit and “Peace and Stability”209
State Department on a “Second Republic” in Taiwan210
State Department on “Name Rectification” in Taiwan211
U.S. Opposition to Taiwan’s Referendum on Joining U.N
U.S. Non-Support for “Taiwan’s” Membership in the U.N
KMT President Ma Ying-jeou’s Inaugural Address and “3 Noes”
PRC Leader Hu Jintao on “Peaceful Development”
Statements During Obama Administration
President Obama Reiterated “One China” Policy, including TRA
U.S.-PRC Joint Statement of 2009 on “Peaceful Development”
Ma Ying-jeou on Never Asking for U.S. Defense of Taiwan
Robert Gates on Arms Sales and “Opposition” to Taiwan’s Independence
U.S.-PRC Joint Statement of 2011
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