Fukushima Nuclear Water Release: How Safe Is It?

Deutsche Welle

Japan’s atomic agency and the IAEA have approved the plan of releasing Fukushima water into the Pacific Ocean, stating that the filtered water will have a negligible radiological impact.


Why China is Overflowing with Discarded Clothes

Ma Boyang

Inefficient recycling and fraying public trust in charities leave warehouses piled high with textile waste.


The Emergence of Pork Barrel Politics in Myanmar

Renaud Egreteau

Concerns over the waste of public money, corruption, and the entrenchment of political clientelism in Burma.


Taiwanese Feel Empowered in Fight Against Corruption: Report

Olivia Yang

Though Taiwan is performing well in combating corruption, the report says there are areas that need improvement.


Q&A With Susan Finder on Transparency in China’s Legal System

Kevin Schoenmakers

The scholar has kept a close eye on Chinese courts for more than 20 years.


Transparency In The Legislative Yuan Taking A Step Forward

TNL 編輯

Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan recently decided to grant the press further access to promote transparency after decades of confidential consultative discussion. The newly elected president of the Legislative Yuan, Su Jia-chyuan, says that it will continue to improve openness to meet public expectations.

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