Contents: PART I. TAIWAN'S SECURITY INTERESTS AND TRADE PROBLEMS. Taiwan's Security Interests and Needs, Patrick M. Morgan; Taiwan's Search for a More Effective Mainland Policy, Alex Ya-li Lu; The U.S.-Taiwan Trade Problem: The Taiwan Perspective, Chee-Man Wong and Jyh-Horng Lin; The U.S.-Taiwan Trade Problem: An American Perspective, David Kleykamp. PART II. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. Japanese Military Rearmament and Asian International Politics: A Chinese Perspective, Thomas B. Lee; Walking on Two Legs: The Domestic Context of China's Policy Toward the Asian-Pacific Region in the 1990s, Zhimin Lin; PART III. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENTS IN THE PRC. Migrant Peasant Workers in China: The PRC's Rural Crisis in an Historical Perspective, Winston Hsieh; Trends in Arranged Marriage in China, Richard E. Barrett, Yanchun Xu, and Barbara Zusman; The Urbanization and Occupational Diversification of China's Countryside, Peter Schran; PART IV. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS IN THE PRC. Japanese Investment in China After Tiananmen: The Case of Pudong Special Economic Zone in Shaghai, Walter Arnold; A Study of Money Flows in China, Gang Yi; A Comparative Study of China's State and Collective Enterprises in the 1980s, S. H. Chou and Dianjing Xu; PART V. POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS IN THE SOUTH CHINA REGION. The 1991 Elections in Hong Kong: Democratization in the Shadow of Tiananmen, Ming K. Chan; The Changing Role of Shenzhen in China's National and Regional Development in the 1980s, Xiangmin Chen; The Reform and Restructuring of the Guangzhou Economy: The Question of National Applicability, Louis T. Sigel.
About the Author
George T. Yu is Professor of Political Science and Director of the Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies at the University of Illinois, Urbana.