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2019/10/16 | TNL Staff
Taiwan 2020: Who's Ahead in the Presidential Polls
A real-time estimate of who is likely to win Taiwan’s 2020 presidential election, based on an unweighted average of opinion polls conducted by various media outlets and political parties.
2019/02/01 | Taiwan Insight
OPINION: Tsai Faces a Sea of Troubles but Can Still Take Arms Against Them
As Taiwan heads into its Chinese New Year break, its leader has much to ponder.
2018/12/05 | Roy Ngerng
The DPP Should Not Blame LGBT Advocates for Their Election Loss
It's a dangerous, despicable strategy that also has no mooring in the reality of how their voters feel about marriage equality.
2018/11/28 | David Green
ANALYSIS: DPP Eats Election Bitterness as Han Kuo-yu Leads KMT Revival
A catastrophic Democratic Progressive Party defeat leaves the party's strategy in pieces and paves the way for a hotly contested 2020 presidential race.
2018/11/27 | Roy Ngerng
OPINION: How the DPP Failed Its Supporters by Becoming Another KMT
In 2016, the DPP swept into power promising social progressivism and economic rejuvenation. So why does it now look like the KMT's B team?
2018/01/08 | David Green
INTERVIEW: The DPP's Karen Yu on Political Disputes and Fintech Innovation
Taiwan's sandbox bill commanded bipartisan support but achieving it was no easy task.
President Tsai's Transitional Justice Act Opens Old Wounds and New
The Transitional Justice Act aims to correct injustices of the martial law period but a partisan structure and narrow focus that ignores indigenous land rights may undermine its popularity and efficacy.
2017/11/13 | David Green
DPP Bows to Big Business as Tsai Fails to Uphold Pledge to Protect Workers
After 2016 changes to the Labor Standards Act drew criticism for inflexibility and high costs, the latest round of changes give too much power back to bosses, leaving shift workers such as nurses and drivers particularly vulnerable.