By Olwen Bedford, Hwang Kwang-kuo
This publication examines the problems of democracy, nationalism, and strengthening Taiwan cognizance within the gentle of the crusade suggestions hired in Taiwan's 2004 presidential and legislative election from the viewpoint of Taiwanese humans and Taiwanese tradition.
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Beijing also recommenced its verbal threats during Bush and Wen’s meetings to convey the severity with which it viewed the situation. ”2 They stated that China would not hesitate to use force against Taiwan if the island declared independence, even at the risk of ruining its plans to host the 2008 Olympics or pushing its economy back into recession, decreasing foreign investment, worsening foreign relations, or even if it meant casualties for the PLA. S. forces were already stretched thin and Bush was preoccupied with Iraq, North Korea, and terrorism.
S. ”2 Regardless of whether Paal actually directly said the United States “opposed” Taiwan’s plan to hold a referendum, to many it seemed clear the United States not only wanted Taiwan to refrain from any action that might upset China, but also was warning that Taiwan would have to be responsible for the results of such action. Although both the green camp and the blue camp accused one another of leaking Paal’s statement to the press for political gain, both sides agreed that the United States should not stop Taiwan from holding referendums to decide matters of internal affairs, and the whole event seemed to consolidate opinion in Taiwan with respect to Taiwan’s right to hold referendums.
K. and European Union (EU) representatives in Taipei went to do some last-minute lobbying, meeting with Cabinet Secretary-General Chiou I-jen. Media reports suggested the purchase had been held up by the Presidential Office in an effort to secure an overseas stopover for President Chen, and that as the United Kingdom had failed to grant Chen a stopover, Rolls Royce would lose the bid. The European Commission warned that the deal could have a major impact on Taipei-EU ties, noting that Taiwan was bound by the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and to make deals only on the basis of price, quality, and delivery terms.
Taiwanese Identity and Democracy: The Social Psychology of Taiwan's 2004 Elections by Olwen Bedford, Hwang Kwang-kuo