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Posts Tagged ‘United Front’

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Editorials, Politics

The Fallacy of Yang Hengjun’s ‘Third Option’ for Unification

Sample bias undermines a Chinese author’s argument that a ‘third option’ exists for China to achieve the ‘great dream of national unification’

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Politics

China Ramps Up Ideological Campaign Against Taiwan in the U.S.

A new Los Angeles-based think tank with ties to China’s United Front department intends to ‘expand awareness’ among government officials and academics on their soil

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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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Photo: J. Michael Cole / TT
Politics

Wanted: Taiwan’s National Capital

Up until recently, a brochure released annually by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated Taipei as the capital of Taiwan. Not anymore

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Politics

Nationalist Dealignment in 2014, Realignment in 2016?

The coming battle between pro-Taiwan and pro-CCP forces could seriously undermine the influence of Taiwan’s traditional political parties

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Society & Culture

China’s Influence on Taiwan’s Media

China is using various tactics to pressure media outlets in Taiwan to self-censor and avoid ‘sensitive’ topics such as human rights, Tibet, Taiwan and the Falun Gong

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Politics

Ask the Departed, Ask the Living

Through a process of dehumanization of its people, some experts argue that Taiwan should be ‘given’ to China for the sake of global stability. They are wrong

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Defense

Synchronizing the Narratives: Chinese Political Warfare, Taiwan, and the South China Sea

Growing interaction between Chinese and Taiwanese academics risks sending the wrong signal to Washington

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Politics

Who’s Waving Those PRC Flags (and Beating People Up) at Taipei 101?

They’re a pain in the rear end and Communist stooges. But police and city authorities won’t touch them

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Politics

Preparing Taiwan for Unification

China hopes it can avoid having to use force against Taiwan to realize its political ambitions; an easier target is Taiwan’s democratic institutions

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