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Home Editorials of Interest Jerome F. Keating's writings

Jerome F. Keating's writings


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21 The Kinmen and Matsu challenge Jerome Keating 277
22 Taiwan’s constitution challenge Jerome Keating 271
23 Power, succession and the people Jerome Keating 260
24 Taiwanese need strong statements Jerome Keating 299
25 Beijing concocts a Thucydides trap Jerome Keating 296
26 US, PRC, ROC: a new Great Game? Jerome Keating 292
27 Changing the discourse on Taiwan Jerome Keating 293
28 Virus exposed Taiwan, China, US Jerome Keating 306
29 Taiwan studies and paradigm shifts Jerome Keating 289
30 Mike Pompeo, Taiwan and China Jerome Keating 354
31 Taiwan, democracy and the UN Jerome Keating 304
32 Hard questions KMT must answer Jerome Keating 294
33 Why China would not take Taiwan Jerome Keating 286
34 Carl Schmitt and Taiwan’s future Jerome Keating 315
35 Taiwan should follow East Timor Jerome Keating 396
36 World War II’s unfinished business Jerome Keating 357
37 George Orwell and outlier Taiwan Jerome Keating 457
38 A bolder second inaugural speech Jerome Keating 371
39 Taiwan, COVID-19 and the world Jerome Keating 381
40 Taiwanese value their democracy Jerome Keating 391
 
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Ngawang Norphel and Tenzin Khedup raise Tibetan national flags as flames rise from their bodies. Zatoe, Keygudo June 20, 2012.

DHARAMSHALA, May 24: A new report on China has painted a grim picture of the world’s most populous country’s human rights record and revealed that Chinese authorities in Tibet continue to repress the fundamental rights of the Tibetan people.

Global rights watchdog, Amnesty International, in its Annual Report 2013 on the State of the World's Human Rights released Thursday said Chinese authorities maintained a “stranglehold on political activists, human rights defenders and online activists, subjecting many to harassment, intimidation, arbitrary detention and enforced disappearance.”