China-Taiwan relations: Beijing keeps pressure on Taipei

Why next month's presidential election in Taiwan could prove decisive for the island's future.

    Tensions between China and Taiwan have further deteriorated this year - and may only worsen in 2020.

    The result of the island's presidential election in January could determine whether it continues to resist pressure from Beijing to unify with the mainland - or slowly gives into it.

    Al Jazeera's Katrina Yu reports from Beijing.


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