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1 From one bastion to another Taipei Times Editorial 5
2 Ko Wen-je’s confusion over identity is ridiculous Chiou Chwei-liang 邱垂亮 7
3 NTU must rethink juvenile Kuan Taipei Times Editorial 7
4 Taiwan must speak up for itself Taipei Times Editorial 8
5 John J. Tkacik, Jr. On Taiwan: Sovereign, independent and mutually non-subordinate John J. Tkacik, Jr. 7
6 Surface maneuvering from all sides Taipei Times Editorial 8
7 Chinese culture obstructing justice Lee Min-yung 李敏勇 8
8 There can be no justice without truth Taipei Times Editorial 13
9 Going from soft to sharp Taipei Times Editorial 18
10 Transitional justice more than statues Taipei Times Editorial 19
11 A trade war would harm China more than the US Paul Lin 林保華 20
12 Surrender, opposition to US are silly ideas James Wang 王景弘 22
13 NTU ethics case requires clarity Bih Herng-dar 畢恆達 25
14 Transitional justice on the horizon Taipei Times Editorial 30
15 Trade war looming over Taiwan Parris Chang 張旭成 29
16 Kuan owes public an explanation Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 29
17 China not the only option for Taiwanese Lau Yi-te 劉一德 28
18 Defense against PRC’s 31 incentives Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 29
19 No global place for an Emperor Xi Parris Chang 張旭成 39
20 Taiwan in need of US-like security clearances Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 33
 
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Newsflash


Taiwan Alliance to End the Death Penalty members protest outside the Ministry of Justice building in Taipei on Friday.
Photo: Chien Jung-fong, Taipei Times

The executions of six death-row inmates on Friday triggered a statement from the EU calling for an immediate moratorium on capital punishment in Taiwan, which in turn prompted heated debate among netizens.

The EU issued the statement hours after the executions on Friday night, which brought the number of prisoners executed by President Ma Ying-jeou’s (馬英九) administration to 32 since April 2010, when Ma ended a four-year moratorium on the death penalty.