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Posts Tagged ‘PRC’

Editorials, Politics

You Can’t Just Throw Money at the Taiwan ‘Issue’

The pursuit of an economic solution to the dispute in the Taiwan Strait is an exercise in futility and one that will only cause more frustrations in Beijing

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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

Is the PRC Pushing Hong Kong Closer to Taiwan?

Recent polls suggest there is growing identification of a shared challenge, if not fate, among people in Hong Kong and Taiwan

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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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Society & Culture

Hong Kong’s July 1 Spirit Has Run Out of Steam

Old ways of dealing with the territory’s authorities are no longer working, but pan-democratic forces are incapable, or unwilling, to come up with new ideas

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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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