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唐納·約翰·川普(英語:Donald John Trump,1946年6月14日-),美國政治人物、企業家,紐約市皇后區人(現移居佛羅里達州),第45任暨現任美國總統。 --來自 維基百科


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2020/11/04 |

US Election 2020 Live Results

The 2020 US presidential election will be held on Tuesday, November 3. See the live results and candidate positions on cross-strait policy.

2020/11/11 | Jenny Li

Why Taiwan Is Still Safe

The concerns that a Biden presidency portends the end of Taiwan are misplaced.

2020/11/10 | Roy Ngerng

What’s Behind Taiwanese Support for Trump?

There’s not much that Taiwan can do about China’s threat. But the government can address the economic and social sources of insecurity.

2020/11/17 | Nicole-Ann Lobo

Taiwan Deserves Better Than Modi’s Nationalism

International solidarity is crucial in Taiwan’s struggle for autonomous recognition, but the country is unlikely to find an ally truly committed to democratic ideologies in India’s government.

2020/12/14 | Louis Lo

Did US Election Polls Fail Again?

What’s often missing from discussions of the reliability of polls is the social atmosphere in the United States and polling methodology.

2020/10/02 | Voice of America

Trump, First Lady Test Positive for Covid-19

President Trump tested positive after months of playing down the seriousness of Covid-19.

2020/09/28 | Voice of America

US Judge Halts Government Ban on TikTok

The Trump administration wants TikTok and WeChat removed from app stores.

2017/03/03 | Tim Summers

Making Britain’s China Policy in an Era of Global Uncertainty

If the US and China are in for a rough time then London will find it difficult to move closer to Beijing

2016/11/11 | Charles Santiago

Lessons in Trump's Victory for the Opposition in Malaysia?

It was anger and total distrust against the establishment that got people to vote Trump as their next president. Malaysia can learn from that, writes opposition MP Charles Santiago.

2016/11/09 | Sam Chang

Did the Wrong Person Win? Trump, Clinton and Fixing Democracy with Negative Voting

In the selection of UN Secretary General, voting against the nominated candidates is accepted option. Why should not ordinary citizens have the same option when selecting our leaders?

2017/04/11 | Kerry Brown

The Xi-Trump Summit: Rearranging the Furniture

After the Trump-Xi summit in Florida, there appears to be no fundamental change to the Sino-US relationship. 'All that continues as before. Chairs have just been rearranged – that’s all,' writes Kerry Brown.

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.

2017/03/02 | Keith Menconi

Anti-Trump Expat Activism Gears Up in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan

'For the modern political gadfly armed with Skype and an internet connection, distance and geography are diminishing barriers to activism.'

2016/11/11 | Hunter Marston

With President Trump, Beijing Trumps Washington

The election of Donald Trump to the White House now paves the way for Beijing to exert more influence and control in the region. It will also leave long-time allies nervous, and puts the U.S. at economic and strategic risk, writes Hunter Marston.