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2016/10/11 | ZiQing Low

China Slams President Tsai After National Day Address

'Both sides should try to avoid military conflict, but that depends on what other ‘radical action’ Tsai might take,' the CCP mouthpiece Global Times has warned.

2016/10/08 | Dinah Gardner

BOOK REVIEW: The People’s Republic of Control

A review of Stein Ringen’s ‘The Perfect Dictatorship: China in the 21st Century’

2016/10/07 | Brian Hioe

OP-ED: Joshua Wong's Detention in Thailand May Not Be The Last of Its Kind

Countries like Thailand which already share with China a record of poor human rights and are ruled by authoritarian governments are probably more likely to cooperate with China on extraterritorial detentions because such regimes have less to lose from international condemnation.

2016/10/06 | Olivia Yang

China Responds to President Tsai's WSJ Interview

'No power or individual should underestimate the determination of the over 1.3 billion people on the Mainland,' China says.

2016/10/04 | J. Michael Cole

WEF Corrects 'Error' in Annual Report, Reinstates ‘Taiwan, China’

Beijing imposes a fiction about Taiwan and often gets its way in global institutions. But in the end, nomenclature will never change the facts on the ground.

2016/10/04 | Jane Rickards

South China Sea: Taiwan Between a Rock and a Hard Place

An international tribunal’s recent ruling on the South China Sea leaves Taiwan in a sensitive position.

2016/10/03 | Mo Tz-pin

Taiwan Talk Shows Blamed for Dearth of Political Talent

Are mainstream political television chat shows deterring talented Taiwanese from getting involved with politics? UDN believes that is the case.

2016/10/03 | J. Michael Cole

OP-ED: Is Double Ten a Deadline for President Tsai?

Don’t hold your breath for a breakthrough in President Tsai’s cross-Strait policy on National Day.