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1 Questions remain over US ties Taipei Times Editorial 5
2 Artists supporting Xinjiang cotton Chu Meng-hsiang 朱孟庠 9
3 China’s pan-blue comrades-in-arms Christian Lim 林世軒 13
4 EU set to stand up for human rights Chang Sue-chung 張淑中 15
5 Taiwanese need strong statements Jerome Keating 12
6 Recognizing Taiwan to stop China Liberty Times Editorial 12
7 Obstruction by pro-China forces Chen Hsiang-jung 陳翔容 15
8 Beijing ramps up the hypocrisy Taipei Times Editorial 13
9 World democracies should unite Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 12
10 Beijing concocts a Thucydides trap Jerome Keating 12
11 Separating ‘indigenous peoples’ from ‘Aborigines’ Chen Chia-lin 陳嘉霖 16
12 HK reduced to ‘fourth world’ status Yu Jie 余杰 15
13 Unity against China’s ‘united front’ Taipei Times Editorial 17
14 Taiwanese take pride in Tim Wu Liberty Times Editorial 16
15 Power plant referendum a dangerous proposition Jang Show-ling 18
16 US, PRC, ROC: a new Great Game? Jerome Keating 19
17 Japan key in anti-China alliance Andrew Hammond 20
18 Achieving a nuclear-free homeland Shih Shin-Min 施信民 20
19 Import bans must have scientific foundation Vincent Tsai 蔡濁瀝 21
20 Referendums need rational debate Taipei Times Editorial 19
 
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Newsflash

Negotiations on a trade in goods agreement with China should be halted, protesters said yesterday, warning that food safety, and the interests of farmers and small businesses would be jeopardized if talks continue as they are.

Representatives from the Economic Democracy Union, Taiwan March and other groups gathered outside the Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) to protest what they called a lack of transparency in the talks, following a meeting between MAC Minister Andrew Hsia (夏立言) and China’s Taiwan Affairs Office Minister Zhang Zhijun (張志軍) on Wednesday.