Taiwan’s Changing Political Landscape: A Reflection on the 2018 Midterm Election
Georgetown University School of Foreign Service
In recent years, Taiwan finds itself at a crossroads. A small island of 23 million people is now facing many challenges, from economic transformation to a struggle over its national identity. In this wide-ranging interview, Shelley Rigger, the Brown Professor of East Asian Politics and Chair of Chinese Studies at Davidson College, deconstructs Taiwan’s political culture by offering her thoughts on the 2018 midterm election, Taiwan-China relations, the LGBT Referendum, and the 2020 presidential election.
Georgetown University. School of Foreign Service. Asian Studies Program.
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