On January 13, 2024, Taiwanese voters will decide their next President, marking a pivotal moment for Taiwan-China relations. President Xi Jinping’s evolving stance has prompted all Taiwanese political parties to revise their policies on dialogue, trade, defense, and foreign affairs. This policy brief examines how the outcome of Taiwan’s elections amidst heightened US-China tensions could influence cross-Strait relations and regional dynamics, and suggests priorities for Europe to navigate these challenges.

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AutorHelena Legarda / Abigaël Vasselier
Heraus­geberMercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS)
VeröffentlichungDezember 2021

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