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1 Hong Kong: The world is watching Taipei Times Editorial 4
2 Politicians sink to a new low Taipei Times Editorial 8
3 Pro-China parties must be rejected Paul Lin 林保華 9
4 KMT in a panic over ‘spy’ allegations Taipei Times Editorial 13
5 US Army should choose Taiwan Grant Newsham 16
6 Beware tiger, mice can roar Taipei Times Editorial 18
7 HK at the front of a new Cold War Wir fur Hongkong 15
8 Democrats must stand up to China Gray Sergeant 17
9 US port calls benefit Taiwan Taipei Times Editorial 14
10 Reading between the lines Taipei Times Editorial 13
11 Slavery on China’s plantations Taipei Times Editorial 15
12 All languages equally important Taipei Times 15
13 Taiwan’s economy on the upswing Taipei Times Editorial 21
14 US and Australia too late on Pacific Bill Sharp 17
15 Czechs turn PRC game against it Joseph Bosco 23
16 Beijing’s latest bid to lure voters Taipei Times Editorial 24
17 Ko casts stones from glass house Chamberlain Lee 李柏翰 19
18 Tsai controls the defense narrative David Brown 21
19 Dance tour a ‘united front’ tactic Taipei Times Editorial 24
20 Taiwan-Japan ties still blooming Wang Hui-sheng 王輝生 22
 
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Newsflash

Beijing might overreact if Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairperson Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) wins next year’s presidential election, a US expert said on Friday.

Richard Bush, director of the Center for East Asia Policy Studies at the Brookings Institution, was speaking at a Brookings panel discussion on the implications of China’s “rise” for US national security.

He said it was “way too early” to make a sound judgement about the upcoming elections.