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121 A 30-year tragedy of exchanges Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 107
122 Prolonging Chi Po-lin’s effect Taipei Times Editorial 89
123 Risks of having a Beijing city office Lin Shiou-jeng 林修正 78
124 Regular people bring hope Taipei Times Editorial 86
125 Democracy and freedom set Taiwan, China apart Peng Ming-min 彭明敏 79
126 The ‘great Chinese market’ myth Taipei Times Editorial 101
127 Recall election a test of values Taipei Times Editorial 88
128 Great Father Xi and feudal thinking Paul Lin 林保華 82
129 Ruling raises questions of motive Ling Po-chih 凌博志 77
130 A different political era Taipei Times Editorial 97
131 Japan’s surrendering of Taiwan Sim Kiantek 沈建德 92
132 Anthem ‘national’ in name only Lee Hsiao-feng 李筱峰 67
133 Democracy, presidents and Taiwan Jerome Keating 93
134 The US rebalances its relations Taipei Times 92
135 Taiwan, democracy and defense David Brown 107
136 Independence camp making gains Taipei Times Editorial 116
137 Xi’s ‘dream’ has no place in Taiwan Taipei Times Editorial 115
138 Referendum better than drawn-out protests Chang Kuo-tsai 張國財 74
139 Taiwan pays price of Ma’s actions Liberty Times Editorial 85
140 The ROC represents a ‘hybrid’ stage Paul Lin 林保華 85
 
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Newsflash

Despite repeated displays of goodwill by the government of President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) since it came to power in 2008, China’s military preparations for an attack on Taiwan continue to accelerate, a report by the Ministry of National Defense’s intelligence research branch says.

The report says China’s military preparedness for an attack on Taiwan has never been relaxed and that if the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) launched a missile attack on Taiwan, it would destroy more than 90 percent of the nation’s political, economic, military and civil infrastructure. It also predicts the number of Chinese missiles aimed at Taiwan could reach 2,000 by the end of the year.