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61 Democratic standards are faith of the nation Michael Danielsen 59
62 Taiwan will prevail against China Taipei Times Editorial 72
63 Tsai needs resolution over China Taipei Times Editorial 55
64 DPP must remember Sunflowers Michael Lin 林子堯 65
65 A new setting for independence Chris Huang 黃居正 56
66 Word games have real consequences Taipei Times Editorial 60
67 It is time for Taiwan to be Taiwan Jerome Keating 64
68 US should reconsider the status of Taiwan James Wang王景弘 56
69 Fake news and public ignorance Chiu Yu-chien 邱宇健 56
70 State violence cannot be forgiven Lin Tai-ho 林泰和 54
71 No middle way in US-China clash Joseph Bosco 48
72 Tsai not learning from mistakes Taipei Times Editorial 51
73 President Tsai must resign over poor record Cheng Tien-chu 鄭天助 46
74 Final sovereignty transfer needed HoonTing 雲程 61
75 Beijing’s outrage hard to swallow Taipei Times Editorial 64
76 Recognize Taiwan as the country it truly is Ted Yoho 59
77 Stand up for human rights and protect one another Mr. Gary Richard Cowan, Representative of the Australian Office; et al. 59
78 Changing the face of the nation Taipei Times Editorial 56
79 Name, ‘consensus’ make wall of lies Taipei Times Editorial 57
80 Carrying on the fight Taipei Times Editorial 60
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The American Institute in Taiwan’s (AIT) Washington Office managing director John Norris on Saturday said that he expects Taiwan-US relations to advance during US President Donald Trump’s tenure as stability across the Taiwan Strait remains a core interest to the US.

Speaking at an annual meeting with overseas Taiwanese in Washington, Norris said the US will continue to commit to the Taiwan Relations Act (TRA), the US legislation governing relations with Taiwan.