Development of Cross-Strait Relations from Building the Peace Agreement

Jifeng LU, Furong LIAN


The cross-strait relations are an important factor of influencing cross-strait economic development and social progress. To build peaceful and stable cross-strait relations is the expectations of both sides as well as an important work for both governments. The cross-strait peace agreement is very critical in the process of the development of cross-strait relations. The two sides are to start negotiations and signing of peace agreement, which is not only beneficial to the two sides, but also helpful to regional and world peace. This essay is some thinking about the development of cross-strait relations based on cross-strait peace agreement.

Key words: Peace agreement; Cross-strait Relations; Chinese Communist Party; Chinese Kuomintang (KMT)


Peace agreement; Cross-strait Relations; Chinese Communist Party; Chinese Kuomintang (KMT)



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