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2017/07/14 | TNL Staff
Liu Xiaobo’s Lawyer to Testify before US Congress as Focus Turns to Widow
As attention now turns to freeing Liu Xia, will the White House pressure China on its human rights abuses?
2017/05/08 | Edward White
INTERVIEW: Trump, Venezuela and the Riddle of Freeing a Taiwanese Activist from China
As the wife of a Taiwanese man detained in China travels to the U.S. and Europe to lobby the international community for support, a prominent U.S. human rights lawyer sees several reasons for optimism as to why Trump may not be so bad on human rights after all.
2017/01/21 | Barbara Slavin
OPINION: From Obama Optimism to Trumpian Gloom
As Americans ponder the future with fear, it is hard to reassure friends around the world that as Obama told his farewell news conference, 'Everything is going to be okay.'
2016/10/14 | Malaysiakini
WSJ: Businessman's White House Visit Linked to Malaysia Corruption Scandal
The plot thickens as Malaysia's far-reaching corruption scandal continues to unravel.
2016/09/05 | Mo Tz-pin
Questions Raised on U.S. Stance on Cross-Strait Relations
The U.S. and China seem to have different explanations regarding Obama’s response on cross-Strait relations during the recent Obama-Xi meeting.
Protestors Storm The Streets Before Xi's Visit to Vietnam
Videos posted online show scuffles between protesters and security forces in Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon. One person with a bloodied face is heard shouting, “This is the bloodstain of Xi Jinping! I was beaten up because of Xi Jinping.”
2015/09/26 | Yuan
Chinese President says Constructions in the South China Sea do not Affect Others
The Spratly Islands is the southernmost of the four islands in the South China Sea. They also have the most reefs scattered among a total area of 820 thousand M². This is where the South China Sea territorial dispute is about.
2015/09/23 | Yuan
Xi Jin-ping Should be Concerned With What Tsai Ing-wen Will Do If She Becomes Taiwan President
Xi might tell the US that China has not realized how dangerous the stand of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and its presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen are. Former Chairman of the American Institute in Taiwan Richard Bush says that if so, Obama should urge Xi that China needs to react carefully towards Tsai's victory to avoid worsening sensitive issues.
2017/03/06 | Alwin Adityo
Can RCEP Revive a Dead TPP?
With the TPP axed, RCEP has quickly become the most crucial trade agreement in the Asia Pacific. But to succeed, RCEP must prove itself as an agreement that can successfully link the interests of countries at various stages of economic development.