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81 Kuan owes public an explanation Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 112
82 China not the only option for Taiwanese Lau Yi-te 劉一德 96
83 Defense against PRC’s 31 incentives Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 65
84 No global place for an Emperor Xi Parris Chang 張旭成 76
85 Taiwan in need of US-like security clearances Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 103
86 Seeing Taiwan as a global ‘tugboat’ Jerome Keating 107
87 HK following in Taiwan’s footsteps Joseph Tse-hei Lee 李榭熙 116
88 Initiatives cannot fool Taiwanese Taipei Times Editorial 125
89 West should forget about China, focus on Taiwan Gerrit van der Wees 107
90 Taiwanese will not sell out to China that easily Lee Min-yung 李敏勇 125
91 Was restarting reactor a last resort? Taipei Times Editorial 102
92 Justice demands data preservation Yeh Hung-ling 葉虹靈 142
93 President-for-life Xi and Taiwan Taipei Times Editorial 112
94 Working together to find the truth Taipei Times Editorial 129
95 Police must adapt to era of ‘critical citizens’ Lin Chia-ho 林佳和 117
96 Taiwan’s geopolitical importance Parris Chang 張旭成 86
97 Beijing trying to buy Taiwanese Liberty Times Editorial 125
98 Significance of Nobel nod for HK trio Taipei Times Editorial 127
99 Ian Easton On Taiwan: So you think China will win? Administrator 98
100 Chinese infiltration not unnoticed Parris Chang 張旭成 144
 
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Newsflash

Several leaked cables from the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) show that the US made “considerable effort” in negotiations leading to a secret memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed between China and the WHO in 2005, in which Taiwan was referred to as “Taiwan, China,” and repeatedly urged Taiwan not to make the text public.

Among thousands of cables from the AIT published by WikiLeaks on Aug. 30, at least four cables show a US role in crafting the 2005 agreement.

It supported the use of the term “Taiwan, China” and it wished this to be kept confidential.