De-Recognizing Taiwan

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De-Recognizing Taiwan

By Victor H. Li
Carnegie Endowment, 1977
41 pp. $1.50

A timely investigation of the legal problems that would result from the withdrawal of U.S. recognition of Taiwan and the formal recognition of the People's Republic instead. Li argues that a legal framework can be constructed for continuing to deal with Taiwan as a de facto government without de jure recognition.

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