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Webcast: Dire strait? – What Taiwan’s election means for China and the world
As Taiwan’s election on January 11, 2020 is approaching, incumbent President Tsai Ing-wen of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) enjoys a sudden resurgence in support. Last year at this time, the situation looked dramatically different with the Chinese nationalist opposition party Kuomintang having dominated local elections. However, the protests in Hong Kong and wariness of Chinese influence have given Tsai the edge again.
What does Taiwan’s election stand for amid the Hong Kong crisis? How will the election result influence Taiwan–mainland relations in the long-term? To what extent will other parties have more influence in the legislature?
Join us for the first Webcast Current Affairs of the new year with Natasha Kassam, research fellow of the Diplomacy and Public Opinion Program of the Lowy Institute. This webcast is for members only. Register now to get free access to the one-hour webcast.

Jan 14, 2020 12:15 PM in Zurich

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