Is Taiwan For Sale?The News Lens Feature
Whenever a presidential election happens in Taiwan, discussions about whether a certain candidate can sell out the country would often ensue. However, does a Taiwanese president have that much authority to put an entire country up for sale? Is being pro-China the equivalent of betraying Taiwan? What about someone leaning towards the United States and Japan — is that less of a crime?
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What Is Taiwan’s Legal Status According to International Law, Japan, and the US?
Legally, Taiwan is a piece of territory that was "never returned" properly. What roles have Japan and the United States played historically?
Do Free Economic Pilot Zones Benefit Taiwan?
What kind of direction should Taiwan take in developing its “free economic pilot zones”?
The ‘1992 Consensus’ Never Existed — Beijing Only Wanted ‘One China’
The "1992 Consensus" has been flung around by Taiwanese politicians as a way to discuss cross-strait relations, but there was never even a consensus.
Could a Taiwanese President Commit Treason and Get Away With It?
Within the scope of authority of the president as specified by the constitution, would it be possible for a president to commit treason and get away with it?