Clinton administration, the U.S. Congress in the U.S. policy toward Taiwan
|School||Foreign Service Institute|
|Keywords||The Clinton administration U.S. Congress US-Taiwan relations Sino-US relations|
The Taiwan issue is the substantive issues of Sino-US relations , the sensitivity and specificity of our research become more complex . The U.S. Congress as an important part of the political system of separation of powers , the impact on U.S. foreign policy can not be ignored . In this thesis investigated during the Clinton administration , the U.S. Congress in the U.S. policy toward Taiwan , trying to play the role of the United States Congress variable analysis from the perspectives of domestic and external factors . In the Clinton administration , the US-Taiwan relationship continues to heat up , the Sino-US relations through twists and turns , ups and downs trilateral relations between the two countries . Analysis from the U.S. domestic political perspective can still find a little regularity of things , especially in the U.S. Congress and the Taiwan issue as a starting point , the context is more clear . Firstly, the system is working in the U.S. Congress and the Clinton administration's interactive , and then taken on a case - by - case analysis method regularity factors are summarized , and then put forward feasible policy recommendations . U.S. Congress and the Administration on behalf of the interests of in Taiwan policy formation , the various interest groups , including the Taiwan authorities , the United States military enterprises, Taiwan - born Chinese-American lobbying Congress to some extent affect Taiwan policy the formation of the final . In addition, Congress and the Administration also exist between the lobby each other to compromise the relationship . This reflects U.S. foreign policy formulation is influenced by a variety of factors , domestic political interference factors are very important ; the other hand , is also an objective to provide a buffer for the policy-making process to ensure that the U.S. foreign policy to the maximum extent complied with its national interests .