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Home Editorials of Interest Jerome F. Keating's writings

Jerome F. Keating's writings


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141 Forcing Taiwan's KMT to Face the Reality of Loss Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 911
142 Taiwan's Great ECFA Debate that Never Was and Probably Never Will Be Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 857
143 The KMT's Sordid Past Relives Itself under Ma Ying-jeou Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 882
144 Friedman Leaves Me Cold, Flat, and Disgusted Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 815
145 Taiwan, January 2010: As the World Turns Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 665
146 Taiwan's Ma Ying-jeou Rules by Fiat, Why then is No One Listening? Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 849
147 Taiwan Up, Now There is an Embarassing Expression Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 995
148 Where's the Beef? It's Smell the Coffee Time in the USA Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 677
149 Taiwan's Prosecutors Continue to Abuse Their Power Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 630
150 The Peaceful Need for Japan and Taiwan to Support Each Other Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 784
151 Taiwan, As the World Turns in December: Ma Turns to his Spin-doctor King Pu-tsung Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 939
152 A Cause for Concern, Does Ma Ying-jeou Know What Time It Is? Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 724
153 Taiwan Under Ma Ying-jeou, More Smoke and Mirrors as the Cross-strait Sell Out Continues Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 935
154 Kissinger, IRI, Freedom and Democracy and Other Conundrums Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 739
155 Taiwan: Where's the Beef? It's not with the USA but with Ma. Who Else? Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 999
156 The UN Snubs Taiwan Again: Who is the Joke of Ma Ying-joke On? Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 934
157 USC's Annenberg School, Soft Power and Taiwan: Part III Responses Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 948
158 Ma's Poor Performance Draws Yet a 5th Letter of Protest from International Scholars. Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 917
159 USC's Annenberg School for Communication Brings Soft Power to Taiwan: Part II Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 922
160 USC's Annenberg School for Communication Brings Soft Power to Taiwan: Part I Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 1044
 
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Newsflash


Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Wu Chih-chung, center, speaks at “Taiwan’s Opportunities under Indo-Pacific Security Strategies” forum organized by the Taiwan Think Tank in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: Chang Chia-ming, Taipei Times

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Wu Chih-chung (吳志中) yesterday reaffirmed the government’s commitment and readiness to working with the US and Japan to maintain regional peace and stability, adding that the country aims to be recognized as an important partner with countries in the Indo-Pacific region.