Written by Mab Huang. The struggle for human dignity, basic rights and a better life, to be sure, will be long and hard, but there is no alternative to commitment by, and engagement from, every individual, civil society organization, government and the United Nations, or what is left of it.
The late Lin Ching-hsuan 林清玄 was a publishing phenomenon, with his books on Buddhism captivating readers in post-martial law Taiwan.
Written by Robert S. Wang. On 5 February 2019, Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post (SCMP) published an article entitled “PLA bombers, jet fighters in
Written by Qi Dongtao. The dynamics of cross-Strait relations in 2019 were revealed by Taiwan and mainland China’s top leaders’ speeches in the first two
Written by Michael Mazza. Taiwan’s November 2018 nine-in-one elections looked like a major setback for the ruling Democratic Progressive Party. The DPP won only six
Written by Ian Inkster. The first part of this paper outlined trends that could dominate discussions on Taiwan’s international position in 2019, providing a shaky
Written by Ian Inkster. Most social scientists now regard global dynamics as a complex system, more akin to a human body than to the workings
Written by Kerry Brown. For a leader imputed with such huge powers by the rest of the world, we often lose sight of the fact
Written by Daouda Cissé. In November 2015, the meeting between Ma Ying-Jeou – then president of Taiwan and leader of the Kuomintang (KMT) – and
Written by Mark Lai. This question was repeatedly met with a firm stance by the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council (TAO) in Beijing.
Written by Elizabeth Freund Larus. Xi Jinping’s January 2ndMessage to Compatriots in Taiwan, in which China’s leader called for unification under a “one country, two
Written by Lotta Danielsson. China has long undertaken a massive and sustained effort to modernize its military, and the Chinese determination to change the political