Taiwan’s January 2024 Elections: What You Need to Know
By Phillip C. Saunders
Introducing the three presidential candidates and reviewing four factors likely to shape the outcome.
Is This the End of Ideology in Taiwanese Politics?
By Julia Marinaccio
Ideology does not guide the 2024 presidential candidates’ policies on cross-strait and international relations. Yet party dynamics will inform how candidates would manage these relations if victorious.
Taiwan’s Presidential Slate Is Set for 2024
By Brian Hioe
New Taipei mayor Hou Yu-ih, long considered the front-runner, was named as the presidential candidate of the opposition KMT.