America's Two-Point Policy and the Future of Taiwan
This essay will outline present U.S. policy on Taiwan's future and argue that, despite official statements to the contrary, America's vague and ambiguous two-point policy enables it to play a significant role in the resolution of the Taiwan issue. It also enables the United States to adjust easily and meet changes in the present situation on Taiwan. In conclusion, the article will suggest why continuing the present policy is in the best interests of the United States.
Hickey, Dennis Van Vranken. "America's Two-point Policy and the Future of Taiwan." Asian Survey (1988): 881-896.