Conflict of Interest and Value: An Analysis of Negotiations between Taiwan and China, 1992‐1998

in International Negotiation
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Abstract

In the 1990s, Taiwan and China conducted over twenty rounds of negotiations through the semi-official Strait Exchange Foundation (SEF) and the Association for Relations across the Taiwan Strait (ARATS) concerning the following issues: notarized papers, registered mail, illegal immigration, fishing disputes, airplane hijacking, and post-1997 shipping links between Taiwan and Hong Kong. Regrouping these issues into rights, law-and-order, and shipping, this study analyzes the differences in the negotiation processes and outcomes through variations of value-interest alignments and their perceived impact on future policy objectives.

Conflict of Interest and Value: An Analysis of Negotiations between Taiwan and China, 1992‐1998

in International Negotiation

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