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Posts Tagged ‘Xi Jinping’

Editorials, Politics

The ‘Spy Swap’ That Wasn’t

Those who were hoping that a recent prisoner exchange between Taiwan and China was a sign of warmer ties are deceiving themselves

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Editorials, Politics

The Real Significance of the Xi-Ma Summit

Hint: It has nothing to do with future cross-strait meetings, imposed interpretations of the 1992 Consensus or even attempts to influence the upcoming elections in Taiwan

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Politics

Ma-Xi Meeting: It Cuts Both Ways

Continued talks provide additional means for Taiwan to indirectly influence China and create pressure on Beijing to keep the relationship alive

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Politics

BREAKING: Presidents Ma, Xi, to Meet in Singapore Nov. 7

Less than two months before presidential and legislative elections in which the KMT is expected to fare poorly, a bombshell that is sure to shake things up…

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Editorials, Politics

The Collapse of China’s Taiwan Strategy

The good news is that it has indeed collapsed. The bad news is that its replacement may be even worse

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Politics

Xi’s Determination and Taiwan’s Challenge

Chinese leader Xi Jinping is a man in a hurry on Taiwan, but that doesn’t mean he’s unstoppable. The sooner Taiwan’s people understand this, the better prepared they’ll be to scuttle his plans

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