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China's Political Policy Evolvement to Taiwan - From Hu Jintao to Xi Jinping
The 19th Communist Party Of China National Congress
A Family On Both Sides
One China Policy
After taking office in 2002, Hu Jintao submitted two political reports at the 17th National Congress of 2007 and the 18th National Congress of 2012. Between the two reports, there was no significant difference in the policy approach towards Taiwan. In the reports, he adhered to the '1992 Consensus' and 'One-China Policy' are the framework for the peaceful development of Cross-straits relations. Before Hu Jintao stepped down, he achieved several important works to Taiwan such as full restoration of the three direct links on both sides of Taiwan Strait, signed the ECFA, and formulated the Anti-Secession Law. Xi Jinping took office at the end of 2012, he continued Hu Jintao's policy in the early stage and achieved considerable progress in promoting Cross-Strait relations communication. However, 2014 Taiwan Sunflower Student Demonstration interrupted the building of deeper sensitive political phase and China leaders acknowledged the rapid change of Taiwan's political circumstance. In October 2017, Beijing held 19th National Congress. In the meeting, China emphasized the ' One China Policy', '1992 Consensus ' , ' Quasi-national treatment ', 'Cross-strait destiny community', ' A family on both sides', 'Compatriots on both sides of the straits advocate a spiritual fit'. It was obvious that China made evolution of the united front means in Taiwan. With the changes of international environment and the coming of 2018 Nine-in-one election , we need to pay more attention on how China's policy toward Taiwan will change. In this paper, through the historical literature analysis, I hope to know the similarities and differences between Hu and Xi's policy on Taiwan and to explore how their policy changed. By analyzing the goals on policy toward Taiwan and personnel layout dealing with Taiwan affairs made by the 19th Communist Party of China National Congress, Xi's important remarks on Taiwan and comments from international scholars and experts, I hope to find the clues of China's future policy on Taiwan.
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