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Revamping Taiwan-US relations

On June 12, when the world was transfixed on the summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore, a major ceremony was taking place in Taipei to mark the opening of a new diplomatic complex of great geopolitical significance. Occupying 6.5 hectares, with a cost of US$225 million, the new five-story American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) is the biggest diplomatic compound in Asia, bigger even than the US embassy in Beijing.


New face needed for NT$200 bills

Following the introduction of the NT$200 bill, very few people have chosen to use it. One reason for the low adoption rate is that Chiang Kai-shek’s (蔣介石) image is on the bill and as a form of silent protest many Taiwanese have avoided using it.

As a result of Chiang’s actions following the 228 Incident in 1947 he is known as a butcher in Taiwan.


Beijing waging political warfare against Taiwan

People waving People’s Republic of China national flags participate in a rally on Oct. 1 last year outside Taipei Railway Station.
Photo: Peter Lo, Taipei Times

The US-China Economic and Security Review Commission on Wednesday published its annual report, in which it quoted Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation research fellow Peter Mattis as saying that Beijing’s aim is to create “a ‘fake civil society’ that can be used against Taiwan’s democratic system.”


Beijing is misreading US signals

President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) on July 15 criticized the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) for allowing big comprador groups to dominate cross-strait relations while the party was in power. The US has had similar problems, something US President Donald Trump is trying to put an end to.

Before Trump’s meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping (習近平) in Buenos Aires at the end of this month on the sidelines of a G20 summit, there have been dark undercurrents and crossed swords beneath the surface of the US-China trade dispute, leading to relentless pressure from Wall Street on the White House.


China at UN: Deflection, dirty tricks

China’s underhand tactics at the UN Human Rights Council are a serious problem, but should come as no surprise.

China has undergone a third review of its human rights record at the UN Human Rights Council as part of the organization’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR).


Combating CCP effort to meddle in elections

Over decades of ongoing revolution and construction, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has several strategies and tactics that were concisely described by Mao Zedong (毛澤東).

Perhaps the best known is: “Seize both ends and drag the middle along with them,” ie, using what Mao called seizing “the advanced and backward extremes” to “drag” the middle “along with them.”

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From left to right, Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Chen Ying, New Power Party Legislator Kawlo lyun Pacidal, Non-Partisan Solidarity Union Legislator Kao Chin Su-mei and Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) Legislator Sra Kacaw take part in a news conference at the legislature in Taipei yesterday calling on the government to prioritize transitional justice for Aboriginals.
Photo: Liu Hsin-de, Taipei Times

Draft legislation for promoting transitional justice yesterday passed out of the legislature’s Judiciary and Organic Laws and Statutes Committee, but after a sharp debate, the final draft left out a proposal covering the restoration of historic Aboriginal rights.