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Special Report

How KMT Rules Preclude Reform

Ever since 2000, the KMT chair has been in the hands of men with questionable political judgment, and the party has followed their lead into an electoral abyss

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Editorials, Politics, Special Report

Taiwan’s New President Likely to Surprise on Cross-Strait Ties

With pragmatism, creativity and understanding from both sides, there is no reason why relations in the Taiwan Strait should sour under a DPP administration

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Editorials, Politics, Special Report

VOTE 2016: Tsai Ing-wen’s Judicial Reform Platform

Despite some corrections to the post-authoritarian judicial system, the personnel structure of the judiciary has been sealed off, conservative, and rigid. This needs to change

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Editorials, Special Report

VOTE 2016: Tsai Ing-wen’s Five Major Reforms

The DPP presidential candidate describes the five pillars of her future administration

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Politics, Special Report

Taiwan Needs a Counter-Propaganda Strategy

The Taiwanese need their own United Front to counter Beijing’s propaganda. But before they can do so, they need to better understand each other

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Defense, Special Report

Taiwanese Military Reform and PLA Political Warfare

Military transformation cannot ignore the human element

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Defense, Special Report

China’s ADIZ System: Goals and Challenges

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The establishment of an ADIZ over the South China Sea could present significant political challenges for Taiwan

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Defense, Special Report

China’s ADIZ System: Goals and Challenges

The establishment of an ADIZ over the South China Sea could present significant political challenges for Taiwan

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