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A change of president in Taiwan will not provoke an attack from China, which is feared due to the possible victory of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party candidate Lai Qing-de, who has a tougher stance than current head of state Tsai Ing-wen. The publication notes that Lai has made it clear that he will adhere to Tsai Ing-wen’s course towards China, and Beijing “still appears to believe that it has a chance to force Taiwan to unify without fighting – through increased military intimidation, political penetration, economic temptations and international isolation.”

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