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Home Editorials of Interest Jerome F. Keating's writings

Jerome F. Keating's writings


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81 Hong Kong's Moment of Crisis and Failed Promises Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 1358
82 ‘Princeling’ Lien unfit to be mayor Jerome Keating 613
83 Two anomalies troubling Taiwan Jerome Keating 551
84 Is it time to dump the name ROC? Jerome Keating 541
85 Odor of totalitarianism palls Taipei Jerome Keating 591
86 China’s centuries of humiliation Jerome Keating 618
87 Who could be ‘Taiwan’s Russia’? Jerome Keating 597
88 Ma looks after China’s self-interest Jerome Keating 516
89 From Confucius to "Animal Farm," the Hong Kong and Taiwan Experience Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 1404
90 Democracy is Taiwan’s salvation Jerome Keating 524
91 Sovereignty belongs to Taiwanese Jerome Keating 519
92 Judges in the Lin Yi-shih Case Try a Smoke and Mirrors Dodg Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 1073
93 Taiwan's Challenge in Living Next to a Covetous Giant Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 1348
94 China Will Have to Learn to Talk to Taiwan's DPP in the Future Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 1348
95 Hsu Hsin-liang, Just Who Supports This Guy?? Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 1349
96 Taiwan: Curious Questions, Why the Secrecy on Ma's Daughter's Marriage Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 1120
97 Taiwan and Chinese Taipei??? Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 1240
98 Taiwan Commemorates 2-28 When the KMT Began to Seriously Enforce its One-Party State Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 1241
99 Jan 13 Protest Brings Out the Crowds But Even More Trouble Looms on the Horizon Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 1048
100 Ma Ying-jeou's Cabinet Reshuffle: Ah-Q's Last Stand? Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 1463
 
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Newsflash


Military spokesman David Lo yesterday denied that National Security Council Secretary-General King Pu-tsung suggested that the military should intervene in major demonstrations.
Photo: Taipei Times

The National Security Bureau (NSB) yesterday rejected a report that National Security Council Secretary-General King Pu-tsung (金溥聰) suggested that the military should intervene in and handle major demonstrations.

King was accused of overreaching his authority earlier this month when he visited the National Police Agency and the Ministry of Justice’s Investigation Bureau.