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United Front Doctrine

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United Front Doctrine

The United Front Doctrine is a tactic used by the People's Republic of China to achieve dominance over Taiwan. It relies on the presence of China sympathizers in Taiwan combined with a carrot-and-stick approach of threatening war with Taiwan while offering opportunities for business and cultural exchanges.[1]


  1. ^ Democratization in Taiwan By Steve Yui-Sang Tsang, Hung-mao Tien

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