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strategical importance of Taiwan in the new anti-Communist situation
by World Anti-communist League, China Chapter, Asian Peoples" Anti-communist League, Republic of China in [Taipei]
Written in English
|Statement||by Yao Jen-tien.|
|Series||Publications of the APACL/ROC : Pamphlet ;, no. 196|
|LC Classifications||JQ1526.C58 Y36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 29 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||81465150|
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By Francis P. Sempa. J ames Burnham (–) was an American political philosopher and public intellectual who traveled the intellectual journey from Marxism (the Trotskyite version) to conservatism.
When he broke with Marxism in the late s, he began writing for Partisan Review, a leading journal of the non-communist y after the outbreak of the European phase. These aspects of Taiwan’s contemporary political culture are not well understood in America, where perceptions of the island have been shaped by strategic priorities that subordinated Taiwan .Chinese strategists have written about the importance for China’s se- curity of gaining control out to the “first island chain”: They view Taiwan as part of a band of territory around China’s eastern maritime periphery that includes US allies Japan, Korea, and the Philippines and thus is of strategic concern.
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