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《Southeast Asian Studies》 2017-06
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The South China Sea Issue and The Cross-Strait Relations

WANG Chuanjian;SHI Qiufeng;Institute of Politics and Administration,Tianjin Normal University;  
The South China Sea policy of the Taiwan authorities is not only subject to the internal political ecology,but also subject to the international political situation,and is more subject to the cross-strait relations.As a result of the long division,the policy of the South China Sea between the two sides has been in a state of"defocus"and failed to form a"cohesive force"in safeguarding the rights and interests of the South China sea.At present,Cai Yingwen administration's policy towards the South China Sea has been stirring up the sensitive nerve of cross-strait relations to a great extent.For the mainland,the risk of facing the double pressure of both the South China Sea issue and crossstrait relations is obviously increasing.The South China Sea issue and the cross-strait relations are a dialectical and unified category,which can restrain each other and move forward with each other.A major common issue for China’s mainland and Taiwan,is controlling the South China Sea in the development of cross-strait relations,and developing cross-strait relations in the control of the South China Sea.
【Fund】: 国家社会科学基金重点项目“中国—美国—东盟三边关系互动视阈下南海问题的疏解路径与管控方略研究”(16AGJ008);; 教育部哲学社会科学重大课题攻关项目“新时期中国海洋战略研究”(13JZD041)
【CateGory Index】: D618;D823
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