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* China Perspective: Communist Party Congress - What Xi’s new era means, Jonathan Fenby, 18 Oct 2017
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On the road in Taiwan: Caught in a geopolitical fix and economic decline


If there is one thing on which the great majority of the 23 million-strong population of Taiwan agrees it is the desire to be left alone to deal with the island’s development, free from the tense relationship with Mainland China. Most commentary on the new President, Tsai Ing-wen, who took office in late May in what still calls itself the Republic of China (RoC), has focused on the potential for increased tension between Beijing and Taipei. But people we met during a visit to the...

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