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101 Make files blocked by Ma public Chen Yu-chi 陳昱齊 108
102 Chiang still rules our subconscious Chang Kuo-tsai 張國財 163
103 Ma Ying-jeou the Trojan horse Taipei Times Editorial 71
104 The DPP must implement the law Chin Heng-wei 金恒煒 86
105 Human rights are our global ticket Kao Yung-cheng 高涌誠 80
106 Enforcing transitional justice Taipei Times Editorial 85
107 Taiwan and the rest of the world Ben Goren 81
108 Public fed up with ‘dinosaur judges’ Taipei Times Editorial 90
109 China demonstrates its ruthlessness Chen Fang-ming 陳芳明 78
110 The world is a victim of China’s trade policy Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 78
111 KMT’s contributions to the CCP Lee Hsiao-feng 李筱峰 79
112 Lee Ming-che: The long fight Taipei Times 74
113 Squeaky clean Ma likes to roll in the mud Chang Kuo-tsai 張國財 72
114 Ching Fu case chance to clean up politics Li Kuan-long 李坤隆 121
115 More relevant topics needed in class Taipei Times Editorial 86
116 Taiwan’s status can’t be changed unilaterally Taipei Times 85
117 Getting brand ‘Taiwan’ on the map Taipei Times Editorial 112
118 US close to decision on N Korea John Bolton 69
119 Trump’s strategy benefiting China Sushil Seth 79
120 Tsai should deliver on her pledges Taipei Times Editorial 81
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While the Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement (ECFA) will have modest global economic effects, the geo-economic implications are significant enough to demand strategic attention from the US, two US international economists said in a recent study.

Daniel Rosen and Zhi Wang of the Washington-based Peterson Institute for International Economics wrote that the ECFA underscores the importance of securing US economic engagement of the first order in Asia.