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2018/07/14 | Nick Aspinwall
Sculpture Honoring Chinese Nobel Peace Prize Winner Liu Xiaobo Unveiled in Taipei
One year after his death in captivity, the Nobel laureate and prominent Chinese dissident was commemorated in a small gathering near Taipei 101.
2018/07/12 | Jerome Alan Cohen
OPINION: Liu Xia's Release Restricted While Brother Remains Detained
The widow of the Nobel Peace Prize winner is enduring a new form of mental detention while her brother remains retained.
2018/06/28 | 破土 New Bloom
OPINION: Nauru Refugee Deal Makes Taiwan Complicit in Human Rights Abuse
Taiwan's agreement with Australia to accept its asylum seekers held on Nauru makes the government complicit in human rights violations.
2018/06/14 | Michael Beltran
A Gospel for the Barrios: The Philippines' Unshakable Sister Patricia Fox
The Australian nun's story of state-led persecution at the hands of the president himself throws into sharp relief what it means to be a missionary and a Filipino.
2018/06/12 | David Green
EDITORIAL: Trump Gives Up the Store to Kim the Murderous Dictator
Trump has shown Kim the ultimate kindness in offering him everything and receiving nothing in return.
2018/06/12 | TIME
Trump-Kim Summit Delivers Signatures, Assurances and Show of Unity
The nature of the documents signed and whether North Korea will abide by their terms remains to be seen.
2018/05/29 | Nick Aspinwall
How Taiwan’s Seafood Sector Can Steer Toward Ethical Labor Standards
Simple measures can make a world of difference to the lives of thousands of workers aboard Taiwan's deep-sea fishing fleet.
2018/05/28 | Nick Aspinwall
Taiwan Seafood Trader FCF Faces Financial Pressure on Links to Rights Abuses
The market could force reluctant Taiwanese seafood traders to address concerns over complicity in human rights abuses.
2018/04/26 | David Green
Video of Human Rights Lawyer Yu Wensheng Highlights China's Abuse of Detainees
Video evidence recorded by Chinese human rights lawyer Yu Wensheng prior to his detention contradicts Chinese authorities' claims that he has voluntarily dismissed legal representation.
2018/03/15 | David Green
Taiwan under Pressure over Illegal Fishing, Human Rights as EU Takes Stock
A video spotlighting Taiwan's ongoing problems with illegal fishing and human rights abuses aboard its offshore vessels could not have come at a worse time.
2017/12/25 | Thawng Tha Lian
The Church and Peacebuilding in Myanmar's Chin State
The role of the Church in peacebuilding in Chin state will be significant as long as people there are influenced by their religion and the institution continues to make the process a primary concern.
2017/11/29 | David Green
Lee Ming-che's Sentence Chills Taiwan NGOs
Lee Ming-che's sentencing to five years in prison in China for the crime of 'subversion has had a marked chilling effect on the actions and communications of Taiwan's NGOs. The case also suggests Taiwan's wider population faces an insidious dilemma: whether or not to self-censor. 
Trump's Asia Trip was Surprisingly Predictable
Donald Trump seems to be content with withdrawing his country from the Asia-Pacific security landscape — but withdrawing leaves a vacuum into which others will expand.
2017/10/29 | Dan Slater
Dictatorship versus Democracy in Southeast Asia
For civil society to help save Southeast Asian democracy, its educational mission will need to loom as large as its organizational one.