Double Ten Taiwan Roundtable
Organized by the Taiwan Studies Programme @ China Policy Institute.
A18 Si Yuan Centre, Jubilee Campus, University of Nottingham.
10th October 2013, 5-7 pm
On the occasion of the National Day of the Republic of China (國慶日), the Taiwan Studies Programme convenes a public roundtable to reflect on the ‘state of the nation’. Taiwan specialists based in the China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham, and invited external experts will reflect on developments in the domestic political scene and in cross-Strait relations during Ma Ying-jeou’s second term and offer their insights on projected developments as we move toward mid-term elections in 2014 and the conclusion of Ma’s tenure culminating in the Presidential and Legislative elections in 2016.
Among other themes, speakers will address:
- Ma’s performance after re-election- including his low approval rating, personnel changes within government, stalled military transformation.
- Cross-Strait relations- including the Service Pact Agreement…
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