Kuomintang supporters attend a campaign rally before last year’s Taiwanese presidential election, in which the party suffered a heavy defeat. Photo: EPA-EFE Kuomintang supporters attend a campaign rally before last year’s Taiwanese presidential election, in which the party suffered a heavy defeat. Photo: EPA-EFE
Kuomintang supporters attend a campaign rally before last year’s Taiwanese presidential election, in which the party suffered a heavy defeat. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Taiwan’s opposition KMT seeks foothold in US, but is it too Beijing-friendly?

  • Kuomintang plans to court support in US by reopening its Washington office, which it closed after it last won power in Taiwan
  • Its stance is broadly pro-Beijing, whereas a consensus has hardened against China among US politicians and public

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Kuomintang supporters attend a campaign rally before last year’s Taiwanese presidential election, in which the party suffered a heavy defeat. Photo: EPA-EFE Kuomintang supporters attend a campaign rally before last year’s Taiwanese presidential election, in which the party suffered a heavy defeat. Photo: EPA-EFE
Kuomintang supporters attend a campaign rally before last year’s Taiwanese presidential election, in which the party suffered a heavy defeat. Photo: EPA-EFE
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