Written by Joanna Zylinska. Chen Shui-bian’s presidency has been said to be a period of polarization, typified by aggressive nation-building policies and worsening cross-Strait relations. He became president in May 2000 and at first enjoyed widespread support.
Written by Mark Weatherall and Kai-Ping Huang. For President Tsai Ing-wen, the shock win of the KMT candidate Han Kuo-yu in the mayoral election for
Written by Michael Mazza. Taiwan’s November 2018 nine-in-one elections looked like a major setback for the ruling Democratic Progressive Party. The DPP won only six
Written by Chia-hung Tsai 2014: A New Episode In Taiwan, the Taipei mayor election is probably the most eye-catching contest among all local elections. Before 2014, KMT
Written by Dafydd Fell. In a recent article I was sceptical of the Kuomintang’s (KMT) chances of taking back power at the local level in 2018 and