Interviews | Politics

The Fallout From Taiwan’s 2014 Elections

Taiwan’s ruling Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) suffered a major defeat in this year’s local elections, in what was widely viewed as a referendum on KMT governance under President Ma Ying-jeou. Alan Romberg, distinguished fellow and director of the East Asia program at Stimson, sits down with The Diplomat to discuss the elections and their ramifications for Taiwan and cross-strait relations.

Shannon Tiezzi