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1641 Don’t put US credibility to the test James Holmes 302
1642 Can the KMT clean up its act? Taipei Times 365
1643 Public policy needs public input Taipei Times 334
1644 Greens unite, protect and besiege Paul Lin 林保華 305
1645 The KMT prepares to eat itself Taipei Times 354
1646 Obama, Ma leave Taiwan flatfooted Taipei Times 594
1647 Cause for concern over press index Taipei Times 316
1648 Anti-corruption is no carte blanche Chen Chun-kai 陳君愷 374
1649 Columbus Day is not an occasion to be proud Chi Chun-chieh 紀駿傑 304
1650 Illusions about Chinese goodwill Chu Ping-tzu 祝平次 351
1651 Little to show for a lot of hype Taipei Times 348
1652 Classical Chinese proposal is a bad idea Taipei Times 411
1653 The appeal system for detention is not fair Wu Ching-chin 吳景欽 315
1654 The Control Yuan and scapegoating Taipei Times 283
1655 Balancing US, PRC comfort zones Paul Lin 林保華 267
1656 Putting the brakes on education Taipei Times 281
1657 ECFA just a step to annexing Taiwan Lin Kien-tsu 林健次 308
1658 More pandering to China Taipei Times 366
1659 KMT keeping its ‘chamber pot’ full The Liberty Times Editorial 368
1660 Punishing the ‘bad’ Taiwanese Taipei Times 408
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US President Barack Obama must show strong support for the vital security interests of Taiwan, a key strategic partner, when he meets Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping (習近平) at the White House, US senators said in a letter to Obama.

The letter, signed by US senators John Cornyn, Robert Menendez and 10 other members of the upper house on Capitol Hill, said that as the rapid modernization and lack of transparency of China’s military troubled its neighbors, Obama should reinforce with Xi the US’ commitment to support the “robust democracy” and Washington’s “steadfast commitment” to Taiwan and its security.