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    Title: China Threat and Taiwanese Citizens’ Preferences on Unification and Independence Issue
    Authors: 鄭夙芬
    Cheng, Su-Feng;Wang, T.Y.
    Contributors: 選研中心
    Date: 2023-09
    Issue Date: 2024-04-11 10:22:07 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Taiwan is a democracy under threat. To force Taiwanese citizens to accept its “one country, two systems” unification plan, Beijing has relentlessly isolated the island country diplomatically and repeatedly threatened the country with the use of military force. Tension between China and Taiwan has further escalated after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Some observers worry that Beijing might be emboldened by Moscow’s aggression and try a similar move. The catchphrase, “Today’s Ukraine is Tomorrow’s Taiwan,” has circulated uneasily in the news and social media across the island. Recent public opinion polls have provided various findings concerning Taiwanese citizens’ willingness to fight if invaded by China. Pundits and commentators cherrypicked these findings that best suited their partisan narrative concerning the public’s determination to resist China’s coercion.
    Relation: 2023 American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, American Political Science Association
    Data Type: conference
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