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141 China targeting young Taiwanese Taipei Times Editorial 79
142 Industry secrets are tools of war Liberty Times Editorial 93
143 Advocates of independence facing tough challenges Lau Yi-te 劉一德 75
144 Chinese ICT products should be discouraged Paul Lin 林保華 94
145 KMT’s rally at NTU a sign of its callousness Michael Lin 林子堯 79
146 ‘Fifth column’ demands broad laws Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 125
147 Airline threats will not work Taipei Times Editorial 163
148 Civil society can assist Taiwan with challenges Michael Danielsen 196
149 Checkbook diplomacy is a dead end Taipei Times Editorial 162
150 NTU committee’s failures exposed Taipei Times Editorial 122
151 Taiwan is needed for world health Mike Kuo 郭正光 86
152 US, China and a potential trade war Sushil Seth 127
153 Dirty gifts from China to the US Winston Dang 陳重信 93
154 Xi’s ‘moral’ crusade will give rise to turbulence Lin Shiou-jeng 林修正 99
155 From one bastion to another Taipei Times Editorial 81
156 Ko Wen-je’s confusion over identity is ridiculous Chiou Chwei-liang 邱垂亮 95
157 NTU must rethink juvenile Kuan Taipei Times Editorial 108
158 Taiwan must speak up for itself Taipei Times Editorial 145
159 John J. Tkacik, Jr. On Taiwan: Sovereign, independent and mutually non-subordinate John J. Tkacik, Jr. 101
160 Surface maneuvering from all sides Taipei Times Editorial 94
 
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Newsflash


Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairperson Tsai Ing-wen, center, talks to reporters as she leaves the DPP’s office in Washington on Tuesday.
Photo: CNA

Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairperson Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) on Tuesday held a series of “very successful, very positive” closed-door meetings with top Washington officials and politicians.

She held discussions with US Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain and the committee’s ranking Democratic member, Jack Reed. Republican Senator Dan Sullivan was also present.