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A Review and a Prospect of the Relationship Between Taiwan and the Mainland

ZHU Xian long (Institute of Taiwan Studies, Beijing Union University,Beijing 100083,China)  
Taiwan and the mainland has been separated from each other naturally and politically since 1949. The relationship has experienced several periods from military confrontation to non government communications in economy, culture, science and technology. Now, more and more Taiwanese come to accept the one country two system policy, but the political ice has not been broken. “Where will it go” just depends on the one hand the policy of the Taiwan Province and on the other the feeling of the Taiwanese as well as the natural law of economy. The ice cannot be broken in a short time and the possibility that minor clashes cannot be avoided still exists.
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