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Eleições em Taiwan
22 | Janeiro | 2016

Realizaram-se em Taiwan, a 16 de Janeiro, eleições legislativas e presidenciais que deram a vitória a Tsai Ing-wen e ao seu partido, o Partido Progressivo Democrático.




US’ option to play ‘Taiwan’ card [21 de Janeiro]
John Bolton, Taipei Times

Lessons to learn from transition [20 de Janeiro]
Joseph Tse-hei Lee, Taipei Times 

A Stable Transition in Taiwan? [19 de Janeiro]
Entrevista a Jerome A. Cohen, Council on Foreign Relations

What’s Next for Taiwan-Japan Relations [19 de Janeiro]
Ayumi Teraoka, Council on Foreign Relations

A tortuous presidential transition [19 de Janeiro]
Liu Shih-chung, Taipei Times

Taiwan election: Voters turn their backs on closer ties with China [17 de Janeiro]
Richard C. Bush III, Brookings

Writing 24 hours before the election [17 de Janeiro]
Daniel J. Bauer, China Post

The rules of a peaceful presidential transition [16 de Janeiro]
Chen In-chin, Taipei Times

Taiwan’s election results, explained [16 de Janeiro]
Richard C. Bush III, Brookings

Taiwan's Tightrope[16 de Janeiro]
Debra Mao, Bloomberg View

Will Beijing be gobsmacked by Taiwan’s election results on Saturday? [15 de Janeiro]
T.Y. Wang, Washington Post

Outcome of Taiwan’s Election Could Help Boost Ties With Japan [15 de Janeiro]
J. Berkshire Miller, World Politics Review

Has Taiwan’s China gamble gone wrong? [14 de Janeiro]
William Pesek, Japan Times

Taiwan's 2016 elections and relations with Asean [14 de Janeiro]
Jing Bao-chiun, Strait Times

Defense of Taiwan Post-2016 Elections: Legacy and New Challenges of Military Transformation [12 de Janeiro]
Yen-fan Liao & Michal Thim, China Brief

Elections in Taiwan: A Turning Point? [12 de Janeiro]
Alexandra Viers, The Cipher Brief

After the Election: The Future of Cross-Strait Relations [12 de Janeiro]
Willy Lam, China Brief

One China, One Taiwan [12 de Janeiro]
Salvatore Babones, Foreign Affairs

What Taiwan's presidential election could mean for ties with Beijing [11 de Janeiro]
Ker Sin Tze, Strait Times

Taiwan goes to the polls—what could it mean for the U.S. and China? [11 de Janeiro]
Richard C. Bush III, Brookings

The Rise of Taiwan’s ‘Third Force’ [6 de Janeiro]
Linda van der Horst, The Diplomat

Taiwan's Elections: What to Watch For [6 de Janeiro]
Shannon Tiezzi, The Diplomat

China, the United States, and the Coming Taiwan Transition [29 de Dezembro de 2015]
Douglas H. Paal, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

How China Sees the Risky Path Ahead With Taiwan [28 de Dezembro de 2015]
Lyle Goldstein, National Interest

The Changing Tides of Taiwanese Politics [28 de Dezembro de 2015]
Shelley Rigger, The Diplomat

Taiwan's Fragile Success [15 de Dezembro de 2015]
Cass Sunstein, Bloomberg View

A new direction for China-Taiwan relations [24 de Novembro de 2015]
Daniele Ermito, Global Risk Insight

China Is Trying to Warn Taiwan Voters [19 de Novembro de 2015]
Noah Feldman, Bloomberg View

The End of 'One China' [15 de Novembro de 2015]
Andrew Browne, Wall Street Journal

What Is the Taiwan Consensus? [19 de Outubro de 2015]
Joe Hung, China Post

Is Taiwan Set to Pivot to Beijing? [3 de Julho]
Niv Horesh,China Policy Institute Blog 


Democracy is not just about winning an election [21 de Janeiro]
The China Post

Cross-strait ties should not regress [21 de Janeiro]
Straits Times

Synchronized elections fuel gap issue [20 de Janeiro]
Taipei Times

Flush away the “1992 consensus” [19 de Janeiro]
Taipei Times

An uncertain future awaits Taiwan [18 de Janeiro]
The China Post

Taiwan’s new woman leader: Why it’s about finding the next ‘cool’ invention [18 de Janeiro]
CS Monitor

A historic day for politics in Taiwan [18 de Janeiro]
Taipei Times 

Voters reject KMT fear-mongering [15 de Janeiro]
Taipei Times 


Legislative speaker to be neutral: DPP [21 de Janeiro]
Chen Hui-ping, Aaron Tu and Jake Chung, Taipei Times

Taiwan party official says transparent China relations a priority [19 de Janeiro]
Idrees Ali, Reuters

‘Progressive, tolerant and diverse’: How Taiwan is moving ever farther from China [19 de Janeiro]
Simon Denyer, Washington Post

Taiwan's victorious new leaders eye change – and continuity [19 de Janeiro]
Julian Baum, CS Monitor

Taiwan election: Beijing holds its fire, but warns pro-independence leader (+video) [19 de Janeiro]
Stuart Leavenworth, CS Monitor

Taiwan’s new president inherits old economic woes [18 de Janeiro]
Quentin Webb, Reuters

Election results, polls align on presidential campaign: pollsters[18 de Janeiro]
Christine Chou, The China Post

Experts urge Taiwan's new leader not to avoid 1992 Consensus [18 de Janeiro]

South China Sea? For Beijing, Taiwan is the No. 1 security issue [17 de Janeiro]
Ben Blanchard and Faith Hung, Reuters

Cabinet to resign after KMT's election defeat [17 de Janeiro]
The China Post

China Warns on Taiwan Independence After Election [16 de Janeiro]
New York Times

Taiwan's first woman president: 10 things you should know about Tsai Ing-wen [16 de Janeiro]
Strait Times

Taiwan elects 1st female president, rejects pro-China party [16 de Janeiro]
Christopher Bodeen and Ralph Jennings, Washington Post

Armed forces maintain their combat preparedness on Election Day: MND [16 de Janeiro]
Joseph Yeh, The China Post

Mainland says no intervention in Taiwan elections [16 de Janeiro]

Facts About Taiwan for Saturday Presidential Election [15 de Janeiro]
New York Times

Xinhua Insight: Concerns over cross-Strait ties shadow Taiwan's leadership election [15 de Janeiro]

On election eve, Taiwan frontrunner says she seeks peace with China [15 de Janeiro]
Yimou Lee and Sui-Lee Wee, Reuters

A new generation of voters is changing Taiwan’s stodgy politics [14 de Janeiro]
Josh Horwitz, Quartz

Factbox: Key facts on China-Taiwan relations ahead of Taiwan vote [14 de Janeiro]

China to allow mainlanders to make transit stops in Taiwan [6 de Janeiro]

China Warns of 'Complex Changes' in Taiwan Election Year [30 de Dezembro de 2015]

Difficult choices await the mainland after Taiwan's election: US expert [16 de Setembro de 2015]
The China Post

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