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41 Taiwan must prepare for new era John Hsieh 謝鎮寬 43
42 Taiwanese can see through China Taipei Times Editorial 48
43 Research on Taiwan merits local recognition Tiunn Hok Chu 張復聚 58
44 Labor insurance needs bold reforms Taipei Times Editorial 51
45 Symbols’ removal needs consensus Taipei Times 52
46 No ‘rights’ to celebrate Taipei Times Editorial 53
47 Time for a serious discussion Taipei Times Editorial 62
48 Hong Kong and Taiwan are different Taipei Times Editorial 54
49 Sovereignty belongs to Taiwanese Taipei Times Editorial 58
50 Slap proves how willing the KMT is to coexist Lin Jui-hsia 林瑞霞 54
51 Blanket ban on Chinese software Taipei Times Editorial 52
52 Greater threat awareness needed Taipei Times Editorial 68
53 China’s new regulations for teachers pose a threat Koeh Ian-lim 郭燕霖 56
54 NTU president Kuan should resign Taipei Times Editorial 67
55 Tsai must back words with actions Taipei Times Editorial 57
56 Sovereignty should be Taiwan’s No. 1 issue Chen Tsai-neng 陳財能 59
57 The KMT shows its true colors Taipei Times Editorial 58
58 PRC swine fever threat cannot be overlooked Martin Oei 黃世澤 55
59 How best to use excess taxes Taipei Times Editorial 59
60 US could go to war to fix China Paul Lin 林保華 68
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Taiwan is a “vital” partner of the US and Washington is committed to supporting the nation’s “confidence and freedom from coercion,” a senior US Department of State official said on Thursday, adding that Washington welcomes Democratic Progressive party (DPP) Chairperson Tsai Ing-wen’s (蔡英文) visit next month.

In a speech that seemed geared toward boosting the relationship prior to Taiwan’s next presidential election, US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Susan Thornton heaped praise on Taiwan as a “society worthy of emulation and envy.”