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Who will be Taipei’s next mayor? Kinship politics in Taiwan’s local elections
24. November 2022|CEIAS Insights | 10 Min Read

In the tight race for Taipei’s mayor post, chances are high that the great-grandson of former authoritarian leader Chiang Kai-Shek will take it. Women adore him for his dashing looks, […]

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Destined for conflict? Taiwanese and Chinese public opinions on Cross-Strait relations‎
22. November 2022|CEIAS Papers | 2 Min Read
This report presents some of the most noteworthy findings regarding Cross-Strait relations from a public opinion survey conducted online in Taiwan and China. In Taiwan, the survey was conducted between [...]
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Taiwan needs a discussion on asylum law
15. November 2022|CEIAS Insights | 6 Min Read

Taiwan is considered to be one of the most progressive countries in Asia, but it has no asylum law. Due to its precarious political status and complicated relationship with China, […]

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Public opinion in the Indo-Pacific: Divided on China, cheering for US & EU
3. November 2022|CEIAS Papers | 3 Min Read
This report presents the results of public opinion surveys conducted online in 15 countries across the Indo-Pacific between April and September 2022. 1 The research sample (n = 18,157) was [...]
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Two birds, one stone: Taipei’s way to supplant Beijing’s failing diplomacy and bolster Taiwan’s repute in Europe
2. November 2022|CEIAS Insights | 8 Min Read

In a major blow to Beijing’s diplomacy in Europe, Latvia and Estonia quit China’s 16+1 initiative in August 2022. Taiwan can use this development to elevate its diplomatic credentials and […]

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