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How Taiwan’s domestic politics complicates cross-strait relations

Overview

After his re-election as President in 2012, one of Ma Ying-jeou’s prime objectives was to expand economic links with the Mainland through cross-strait agreements on trade in goods and services. This fitted in with the less aggressive attitude adopted towards the island by China under Hu Jintao and continued by Xi Jinping. But now the rapprochement has run into major obstacles, leading to dramatic demonstrations in protest against how the Ma administration is pushing the Cross-Strait...

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