Parris H. Chang, Ph.D., is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Pennsylvania State University and President of Taiwan Institute for Political Economic and Strategic Studies. His former positions include Deputy Secretary-general of Taiwan’s National Security Council and chairman of National Defense Committee and Foreign Relation Committee of Legislative Yuan (Taiwan’s Parliament).
The Taipei Times, a Taiwanese English-language newspaper, reported on recent analysis of the PRC's influence in Taiwanese politics by Parris Chang.
Introduction For almost a decade, Beijing has pursued a “soft” approach to Taiwan, cultivating economic ties and political exchanges. While the effort has produced significant benefits for Taiwan in terms
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