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81 John J. Tkacik Jr On Taiwan: Trump, Jerusalem and Taiwan John J. Tkacik Jr 74
82 US’ flag removal points at real shift Taipei Times Editorial 69
83 Taiwan must focus on ‘hard power’ Liberty Times Editorial 81
84 Is it a question of law, or of judges? Wu Ching-chin 吳景欽 93
85 Control Yuan could help repair trust Taipei Times Editorial 87
86 KMT is still a danger to democracy Liberty Times Editorial 79
87 Government should stop firms selling out Taiwan Chang Kuo-tsai 張國財 94
88 World conflict, peace and Taiwan Jerome Keating 90
89 Chiang’s memory is not worth dwelling on Lin Shiou-jeng 林修正 96
90 Brandishing a double-edged sword John Lim 林泉忠 111
91 Workers need power to negotiate Taipei Times Editorial 78
92 Tsai must defend nation’s integrity Taipei Times Editorial 84
93 Ian Easton On Taiwan: Defusing a cross-strait time bomb Ian Easton 103
94 A lesson in what White Terror was Shih Ming-hsiung 施明雄 131
95 New year’s wishes demand action Taipei Times 120
96 Counterbalancing Chinese leverage Sushil Seth 106
97 Let Taiwan finally just be Taiwan Jerome Keating 130
98 Taiwan needs to develop its own culture Lee Min-yung 李敏勇 104
99 Seeing past China’s ‘rogue-like’ behavior Paul Lin 林保華 98
100 Arrests not harbinger of White Terror Taipei Times Editorial 128
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Public confidence in Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairperson Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) and her party reached new highs this month while President Ma Ying-jeou’s (馬英九) trust level continued to drop, the latest poll released by the Chinese-language Global Views Monthly magazine showed.

The poll, conducted by the Global Views Survey Research Center, put Tsai’s confidence index at 52.3 points on a scale of 0 to 100. The figure represented an increase of 1.1 points from last month and was the highest since May.