Jon Sullivan, who has been running the Taiwan 2012 blog at the University of Nottingham, will be live blogging on Election Day. If you are in Taiwan on Saturday and have any observations, insights etc. that you would like to share, please mail Jon (email address on the blog at http://nottspolitics.org/There's a big list of the latest from his blog below. Wonderful stuff.
The Think Tank the National Bureau of Asian Research has a bunch of papers about the election online, all from the usual suspects.
- Taiwan's Future: Narrowing Straits by Robert G. Sutter
- Defining a Healthy Balance Across the Taiwan Strait by Robert G. Sutter, Jianwei Wang, J. Bruce Jacobs, Alan M. Wachman, Ji You and Nancy Bernkopf Tucker
- Rising Rationalists: The Next Generation of Leadership in Taiwan by Shelley Rigger
- Campaign ads in Taiwan 2012
- Implications of the EU Debt Crisis for Taiwan-China relations
- The Heat is Rising- Notes from Taipei
- The PRC’s preferential policy towards Taishang and the possibility of unification
- The limits of observing elections in Taiwan
- New Tories prove a problem for Cameron
- Can any president satisfy Taiwan’s demanding voters?
- Consensus under Stated Differences: Commonalities in Ma and Tsai’s Cross-Strait Policies
- A plot against first-time voters?
- And by Their Friends Ye Shall Know Them
- In praise of a ‘normal’ election
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