American technological assistance, technology transfers and Taiwan's drive for defense self-sufficiency
American technological assistance and a plentiful supply of hard currency have enabled Taiwan to make impressive strides in its campaign for defenses self-sufficiency. This study examines American's support for Taiwan's drive for defense self-sufficiency. It outlines present American policy on Taiwan's arms development, explores recent progress in its weapons research and development program, and discusses potential benefits and liabilities that such a program may pose for the United States. In conclusion, it explains why continuing the present policy is in the best interests of the United States. © 1990 Springer-Verlag.
Hickey, Dennis Van Vranken. "American technological assistance, technology transfers and Taiwan’s drive for defense self-sufficiency." Journal of Northeast Asian Studies 8, no. 3 (1989): 44-61.
Journal of Northeast Asian Studies