|標題：U.S-China Relations after the Obama-Xi Summit - A Perspective from Taiwan|
|作品名稱||U.S-China Relations after the Obama-Xi Summit - A Perspective from Taiwan|
|出版者||Taipei: Prospect Foundation|
|著錄名稱、卷期、頁數||Prospect Journal 10, pp.73-100|
|摘要||Following the Sunnylands summit, the U.S.-China relationship has been gradually improving. Yet divergences in ideology, national security concerns, and national interests between the United States and China still exist. Since the summit, there has been friction over territorial disputes in the East China Sea and South China Sea, the Snowden episode, Taiwan’s international participation, and arms procurement. Therefore, their relationship will still be cooperative,
competitive, and sometimes conflicted in the near future.
|關鍵字||Sunnylands Summit; U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue; Rebalancing Strategy; U.S.-China Military Relations; Snowden Episode|