A 30 Years After the Taiwan Relations Act (TRA): A Legal Analysis of Taiwan under U.S. Laws
I look at Taiwan and the question of sovereignty and recognition under U.S. laws and court decisions and determine if the legal definition of the two terms comport with U.S. political policy.
||Taiwan, Sovereignty, U.S. Courts, Recognition, Politics and Policy
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 5, pp.55-66.
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International Visiting Scholar and Ph.D. Candidate, National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
The author is currently a senior scholar at the Taiwan Foundation for Democracy, the only think tank in Asia devoted to promoting democracy. Mr. Johnson’s first book ‘Race and racism in the China’s: Chinese racial attitudes toward Africans and African-Americans,’ was nominated by the NAACP Image Awards for outstanding literary work, non-fiction. The author is currently writing his second book on sovereignty and international law. A holder of a Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctor from the University of Iowa and a Master of Arts from the University of Michigan, the author is currently a Ph.D. candidate at National Sun Yat-sen University in Taiwan, Republic of China.
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