A changed political landscape in Taiwan
How far can the ruling party in Taiwan, the KMT, go in getting closer to China without being wiped out in elections. Results from the November 2014 elections resulted in the best electoral outcome to date for the opposition. This changed the political landscape in Taiwan and throws open the 2016 presidential election and its impact on China-Taiwan relations, writes GIS guest expert Dr Nicola Casarini, Senior Fellow for Asia, Institute for International Affairs, Rome, and Global Fellow, Wilson Centre, Washington DC.
TAIWAN’S opposition leader Tsai Ing-wen has a two-fold goal in her 12-day trip to the United States starting on May 29, 2015. She needs to win Washington’s support for her ...
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