TITLE

Ma-Xi Meeting Was Not a Milestone, but a Signal China Should Heed

AUTHOR(S)
Atkinson, Joel
PUB. DATE
November 2015
SOURCE
World Politics Review (19446284);11/18/2015, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses aspects of Taiwanese president Ma Ying-jeou and Chinese president Xi Jinping's meeting held in Singapore on November 7, 2015. Topics include Taiwanese opposition Democratic Progressive Party's concern on Ma's failure to support democracy or the existence of China, Ma's alleged attempts to boost the dismal 2016 presidential election prospects of his party Kuomintang, and the role of Xi's foreign policy expansion on his decision to met with Ma.
ACCESSION #
111087970

 

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