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Vincent Wang on the 2012 Taiwan Election: A Maturing Democracy

Video of a presentation at the USC U.S.-China Institute symposium on Taiwan's January 14, 2012 election.

February 13, 2012

Professor Vincent Wang spoke to the symposium from Richmond, Virginia. His presentation examined voting trends in Taiwan's legislative and presidential races. He argued that the tenor of the campaigns and the way the losing side accepted the results was a strong indicator that Taiwan's young democracy is stable and maturing.


Vincent Wei-cheng Wang is Professor of Political Science and Associate Dean at the University of Richmond. He is the author of numerous articles on Taiwan and on regional security and economic affairs.

Video of Prof. Wang's presentation will be available shortly.

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