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1 In remembrance of Lee Teng-hui Peng Ming-min 彭明敏 4
2 The benefits of a Dalai Lama visit Khedroob Thondup 4
3 Benefiting from ‘trusted 5G’ status Taipei Times Editorial 5
4 Time for US carriers in the Strait Joseph Bosco 7
5 Pompeo raises alarm on Xi’s China Joseph Bosco 9
6 India must counter China in Tibet Dolma Tsering 10
7 China strategy options for the US Joseph Bosco 11
8 Carl Schmitt and Taiwan’s future Jerome Keating 11
9 Beijing’s broken promises matter Clifton Yin 尹立崇 17
10 Global effort to counter HK law Liberty Times Editorial 18
11 US hammer finds nail in HK banks Taipei Times Editorial 17
12 Taiwan and the EU’s ‘safe list’ Ian Inkster 音雅恩 24
13 Preparing for what comes next Taipei Times 24
14 Stephen M. Young On Taiwan: Beijing’s disturbing new turn Stephen M. Young 23
15 No need to panic over Bolton book Chen Kuan-fu 陳冠甫 32
16 Taiwan should follow East Timor Jerome Keating 72
17 Punish traffickers, help victims Taipei Times Editorial 46
18 Diaoyutais dispute pleases China Liberty Times Editorial 28
19 World War II’s unfinished business Jerome Keating 41
20 New constitution must drop ‘China’ Huang Jei-hsuan 33
 
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Newsflash

A major new report from the US recommends that Taiwan develop its defense industry and be prepared to fight alone if China launches an all-out attack.

Released this week in Washington by the Taiwan Policy Working Group, Deter, Defend, Repel and Partner: A Defense Strategy for Taiwan says that Taipei should be ready to respond to an “array of threats and military contingencies” including intimidating live-fire exercises, a blockade, seizure of an outlying island or a full-scale invasion.