Taiwan’s China-Friendly Ko Picks up Strength in ’24 Polls
Great reset of Beijing-Taipei relations on the horizon
By: Jens Kastner
With fewer than 90 days to go until Taiwan’s general election, developments are unfolding rapidly, with most of the recent ones boding ill for the country’s two traditional parties the anti-China Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and the pro-China Kuomintang (KMT), and surprisingly well for the electoral prospects of Ko Wen-je, a narcis…
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