DPP

DPP可以指:

民主進步黨(Democratic Progressive Party),臺灣的一個主要政黨。 --來自 維基百科


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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.

2017/12/10 | David Green and Morley J Weston

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.

2017/10/28 | Sheryn Lee

President Tsai's Ballot Box Balancing Act

Like most incumbents, Taiwan president Tsai Ing-wen is experiencing mid-term polling blues, but the erosion of identification with either of the two major parties should be greater cause for concern.

2017/09/25 | Courtney Donovan Smith (石東文)

Peering into Taiwan's Post-Blue Political Future

Politics abhors a vacuum, and with the KMT struggling for support there is scope for a new opposition to mount a challenge to the DPP's grip of Taiwan's national politics. But who will lead it and where will they come from? Courtney Donovan Smith forecasts Taiwan's political future.

2017/08/31 | Adam Hatch

China-Taiwan Tourism: A Bellwether for Stormy Seas Ahead?

If Taiwan-China trade begins to go the way of cross-Strait tourism, it’s likely that the relationship is headed for even more difficult times, argues Adam Hatch.

2017/07/22 | J. Michael Cole

Brawls in Taiwan’s Parliament Not a 'Way of Life'

'It is downright unfair of media like the BBC to claim that this is the normal way things are carried out at Taiwan’s legislature,' says J. Michael Cole.

2017/07/15 | Agence France-Presse

Pain Still Runs Deep as Taiwan Marks 30 Years Since Martial Law

Official records state around 140,000 people were tried by military courts with as many as 8,000 executed during the 38-year crackdown. Many believe the actual numbers are higher.

2017/07/14 | Agence France-Presse

And in the Blue Corner - Taiwan's Parliament Descends into Chaos

Premier Lin Chuan was prevented from delivering his report on the budget Thursday after a water balloon was thrown towards him and he left the chamber.

2017/07/13 | Shannon Lin

FEATURE: Taiwanese Rediscovering their History in the Streets of Taipei

The rise of walking tours: A rejuvenated interest in Taiwan’s past is changing tourism for visitors and locals alike.

2017/04/24 | Rosemary Chen

Burying a Dictator: Fresh Bid to Remove All Statues of Chiang Kai-shek in Taiwan

'Statues [of Chiang] are the final remnant of the [Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT)] authoritarian regime, which has to be removed if a full-fledged democracy is to be realized.'

2017/04/20 | Ian Rowen and Jamie Rowen.

Taiwan’s Truth and Reconciliation Committee: The Geopolitics of Transitional Justice in a Contested State

Taiwan President Tsai’s interest in a truth and reconciliation commission also reflects Taiwan’s contested space in the global world order of nation states.

2017/03/22 | Brian Hioe

Impending Conflict Between the DPP and Taiwanese Youth Activists?

This could be a crucial issue which cements the view for many that the DPP has not proven sufficiently different from the KMT on key issues such as cross-Strait relations.

2017/03/17 | Jules Quartly

Betrayal and Pain in Taiwan’s Indigenous Rights Battle

Taiwan’s indigenous people are on the cusp of winning hard-won land and rights, but not everyone is celebrating.