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For Taiwan, a Dilemma Over Identity, Economy and China

Poster:Post date:2016-12-16
Catergory:Interviews
Region:(Cross-Strait),(U.S.-Taiwan Relations)
Issue:(Cross-Strait Issues),(U.S.-Taiwan Relations)
(Sinosphere, By Paul Mozur) Beijing is the key player in this Washington-Taipei-Beijing triangle because it is the party that most desires a change in the status quo. Beijing’s refusal to acknowledge Taiwan’s elected leaders and its insistence on punishing the Taiwanese by reducing tourism and trade immediately after Tsai’s election will only discourage Taiwanese from reassuming a Chinese identity.  
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