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2019/02/08 | New Bloom

ANALYSIS: Lee Ming-che's Release Is Being Complicated by Chinese Belligerence

Speculation that China would negotiate with the KMT for the quiet release of the Taiwanese democracy advocate feels like ancient history.

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.

2019/01/28 | Kent Wang

OPINION: Let's Get Real About Reaching a 'Consensus' Between Taiwan & China

The Tsai administration must provide a functional roadmap towards calming animosity and developing positive relations with China, writes Kent Wang.

2019/01/10 | The Interpreter

Tsai Ing-wen's Battle to Quell DPP Factionalism Is Not Over Yet

Despite the ascendance of Tsai ally Cho Jung-tai to DPP chair, the president still presides over a house divided.