Taiwan Election: Reaction and Analysis Thousands of people demonstrated in Taipei to protest the weekend's disputed presidential election. Taiwan's president was reelected by a slim majority after surviving an apparent assassination attempt on Friday. Join NPR's Lynn Neary and guests for an update on politics in Taiwan and how its relationship with China might be affected.

Guests:

Tim Culpan
*Freelance reporter in Taipei

Vincent Wang
*Associate professor of political science and coordinator of Asian Studies at the University of Richmond

Michael Swaine
*Senior associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (specializing in US China Taiwan Security Issues)
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Thousands of people demonstrated in Taipei to protest the weekend's disputed presidential election. Taiwan's president was reelected by a slim majority after surviving an apparent assassination attempt on Friday. Join NPR's Lynn Neary and guests for an update on politics in Taiwan and how its relationship with China might be affected.

Guests:

Tim Culpan
*Freelance reporter in Taipei

Vincent Wang
*Associate professor of political science and coordinator of Asian Studies at the University of Richmond

Michael Swaine
*Senior associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (specializing in US China Taiwan Security Issues)