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1741 A guilty verdict to scorn Taipei Times 423
1742 Unintentional sobriety Taipei Times 487
1743 Deaflympic hubris — courtesy of the Ma team Hsu Chien-jung 許建榮 567
1744 Behold China’s network in Taiwan Yao Jen-to 姚人多 386
1745 Freedom fading fast in Hong Kong Taipei Times 348
1746 Ma no longer ruler of his domain Taipei Times 397
1747 Dalai Lama rose above the hacks Cao Changqing 曹長青 411
1748 Senator Ted Kennedy: a true friend of Taiwan Mark Chen 陳唐山 398
1749 Taiwan’s legal system and Chen Bruce Jacobs 家博 431
1750 Propaganda overshadows Dalai Lama Taipei Times 341
1751 The balance between the US, Japan and Taiwan Sebo Koh 許世模 494
1752 Now the punishment begins Taipei Times 394
1753 Referendum decision bodes poorly Taipei Times 395
1754 Tragedy could bring ray of hope J. Michael Cole 寇謐將 427
1755 US, PRC maneuvers post-Morakot HoonTing 雲程 401
1756 Ethnicity crucial to response to Morakot Paul Lin 林保華 439
1757 Dalai Lama visit puts Ma in quandary Taipei Times 373
1758 Now for the overseas fifth column Sushil Seth 388
1759 The Ma Ying-jeou myth perishes Chin Heng-wei 金恆煒 377
1760 Ma’s lack of competence, humility is all on show Chi Chun-chieh 紀駿傑 407
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The US might encourage Taiwan to play a larger role in the growing South China Sea dispute, a US official said.

US Department of State spokesman Jeff Rathke on Tuesday offered support for President Ma Ying-jeou’s (馬英九) peace initiative, while Washington policymakers are expected to discuss the issue with Democratic Progressive Party Chairperson Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) when she visits the city next week.