The end of the Cold War has regrettably t brought an end to all the major confrontations of the last century. One such confrontation is the stand-off across the Taiwan Strait. Despite increasingly interwoven ecomic links between the People's Republic of China and Taiwan in recent years, the tension between the two has t dissipated. Tsang and a group of international experts examine the subject of peace and security across the Taiwan Strait and suggest models for peace.
JUNE TEUFEL DREYER Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science, University of Miami, USA TAI-CHUN KUO Research Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, USA RAMON H. MYERS Senior Fellow and Consultant to the East Asian Archives, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, USA ALAN D. ROMBERG Senior Associate and Director of the China Program, Henry L. Stimson Centre, USA CHI SU Professor, Graduate Institute of China Studies, Tamkang University, Taiwan JIANN-FA YAN Associate Professor, Ching-yun Institute of Technology, Taiwan ANDREW NIEN-DZU YANG National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan BIN YU Associate Professor of Political Science, Wittenburg University, USA SUISHENG ZHAO Professor, Graduate School of International Studies, University of Denver, USA