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Демократическая прогрессивная партия Тайваня и женский электорат

Степанова Елена Николаевна

научный сотрудник, центр изучения новейшей истории Китая Института Дальнего Востока Российской Академии Наук

Stepanova Elena Nikolaevna

rdi-cop@mail.ru

DOI:

10.7256/2454-0641.2013.1.6719

Дата направления статьи в редакцию:

18-12-1969


Дата публикации:

1-1.71428571429-2013


Аннотация: В статье анализируется состояние современной политической оппозиции на Тайване, избирательная стратегия ДПП и поведение электората, а также факторы, повлиявшие на итоги недавних (2012 г.) выборов на острове. Насколько правильно будет сформулирована политическая позиция ДПП в вопросе отношений через пролив, настолько это будет решающим фактором победы ДПП на будущих президентских выборах. Отношения Тайваня и материкового Китая могут играть роль «лакмусового индикатора», определяющего позитивные и негативные направления развития событий для восточноазиатского региона и для всего мира в целом.


Ключевые слова:

Политология, международные отношения, политика, Тайвань, конфликты, интересы, ценности, КНР, выборы, партии

Библиография
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