Taiwan's political balancing act
After years of tension between China and Taiwan, the election of Ma Ying-jeou as Taiwan’s new president in March was a turning point in cross-Strait relations, writes Hong Kong political scientist Baohui Zhang. Its effect could prove a boon to the trilateral relationship among Taiwan, China and the United States.
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Zhang, B. (2008). Taiwan's political balancing act. Global Asia, 3(2), 82-89.