Tsai Ing-wen (centre) is the prohibitive favourite to be elected Taiwan's president on January 16. Photo: EPA Tsai Ing-wen (centre) is the prohibitive favourite to be elected Taiwan's president on January 16. Photo: EPA
Tsai Ing-wen (centre) is the prohibitive favourite to be elected Taiwan's president on January 16. Photo: EPA

Tsai Ing-wen's likely victory in Taiwan means cross-strait pragmatism needed

Bonnie Glaser and Jacqueline Vitello say Xi Jinping's tough stance on Taiwan could stoke political fires again if the DPP leader becomes president, despite her status quo pledge

Tsai Ing-wen (centre) is the prohibitive favourite to be elected Taiwan's president on January 16. Photo: EPA Tsai Ing-wen (centre) is the prohibitive favourite to be elected Taiwan's president on January 16. Photo: EPA
Tsai Ing-wen (centre) is the prohibitive favourite to be elected Taiwan's president on January 16. Photo: EPA
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