(American reporter Zheng Chongsheng, Washington, 21st) The American scholar Bu Daowei suggested that under the "one China politics", the United States further demonstrates his support to Taiwan, Chinese scholar Li Peng suggested that Beijing should consider appropriate ways and the DPP be pragmatic. Moderate members are in contact.
The National Policy Committee on Foreign Affairs (NCAFP) based in New York City has just released a report on US Chinese relations. The chapters on steep narrow and Taiwan theme were invited by American and Chinese scholars. Among them, David Brown was the head of the State Council, and Li Peng Li is the director of the Taiwan Institute of Research at Xiamen University, China.
In the report entitled "China-China Relations: Controlling Disputes or Criticisms?", Bu Daowei revealed that before the President of Taiwan Tsai Ing-wen was elected, there was a "private exchange channel" with Beijing. The two sides also had a "92 Consent". In the inaugural speech, Tsai Ing-wen showed that the two sides could interchange on the historical facts of the 1992 speeches, the existing agreements between the two sides and the provisions of the close relations in the Constitution of the Chinese Republic.
Daowei said Beijing could interpret Tsai Ing-wen's promise as "indirect acceptance of one China", but unfortunately, Beijing decided to criticize Tsai Ing-wen's statement as "an unfinished response" with a "high position".
In response to the current cross-cutting loss, Bu Daowei made recommendations to the United States, China and Taiwan.
Regarding Beijing, he said that there is a need to avoid tensions in the Taiwan River and weaken the stability of the East Asian region to adopt flexible contacts with Taiwan, to stop taking Taiwan into diplomatic relations, to reduce the practice of internationally isolating Taiwan and release Taiwan's democracy activist Li Mingzhe.
In response to Tajpeo, he noticed that it was necessary to continue President Cai's current practice to avoid provocation, carefully pending as a "theme of chinization", promoting Taiwan's society to take more seriously the threat of the PLA and improve its self-defense capabilities.
Regarding Washington, he suggested that although the conditions for further advances in the US-Taiwan relations were still not mature, the United States should continue to encourage Beijing to adopt flexible approaches to restart the close dialogue. Under the United States "one-China policy", it continues to support Taiwan and seek similar ideas. The state supports Taiwan's international participation together, reinforces US military support to Taiwan, including standardization of weapons, is considered common military exercises with Taiwan, and establishes a bilateral business negotiation for free trade agreements with Taiwan.
Li Peng believes that after the US president, Trump administration identified China as a strategic competitor, the US and China face more challenges than the Taiwan theme issue. "The potential crisis is higher than other things."
However, he said that if all parties could practice reasonable restrictions, there is still an opportunity to avoid the deterioration of the situation, because the United States, China and Taiwan all hope that the Taiwan Relations will be peaceful and stable, and they do not want to see again the new Taiwan.
For China's continent, Li Peng suggested continuing to maintain strategic confidence and achieve a peaceful meeting; "considers proper contact with DPP members of the DPP and moderately allow collaboration with Green Camp's non-governmental views"; guide a country's opinion to Taiwan The issue is rational for thinking, because Taiwan-related events play ethnic feelings and are inclined to irrational voices that are not useful for transfer integration.
In response to Taiwan, he noted that there was a need to deal with the "independent independent Taiwan field" and the "independent independent Taiwan program" that is in the exchange of mutual trust in order to limit Taiwan's "radical independence" and to stop "gradual independence appropriate "activities to" from China, "when they develop relations with the United States, to support self-control.
With regard to the United States, Li Peng suggested not to use the Taiwan business as a business chip for US-China business, to maintain a high degree in the US-taiwana military cooperation, because the US security field is extremely sensitive to the Chinese government and people, the United States should play a function. The DPP has urged to change Taiwan's independence and merge Taiwan's independent party. (Editor: Chen Yijun) 1071122