By:
Russell Hsiao
As Taiwan enters 2023, the 2024 presidential and legislative elections are likely to increasingly take center stage. While the KMT is currently in a strong position following its victory in the November 2022 local elections, it faces challenges due to its lack of a consensus candidate, as well as growing trends in party affiliation and national identity.
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By:
Michael Cunningham
China’s approach to Taiwan in 2023 will broadly follow the confrontational stance it has employed since 2016, but it will be careful not to let tensions spiral out of control. Beijing remains committed to a long-term process of “peaceful reunification,” and views its pressure as important for preserving the CCP’s claim over Taiwan—and its own regime legitimacy—while avoiding a military conflict it is not yet prepared to fight.
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