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TAIWAN INSIDER VOL. 2 No. 1

[...] Former president Chen’s medical parole was postponed while President Ma, caught in a legal battle over allegedly accepting off-the-book donations, proposed ‘ [...]

TAIWAN INSIDER Vol. 2 No. 2

[...] on Tuesday that he had met with members of the family four times in 2013. Chou has accused President Ma of receiving off-the-book donations from Ting Hsin. Ma has subsequently filed criminal and [...]

TAIWAN INSIDER Vol. 1 No. 2

[...] on “one country, two systems” and yet another misinterpreted comment by President Ma during an interview with foreign media. ==POLITICS HONG KONG PROTESTS: As the occupation [...]

TAIWAN INSIDER Vol. 1 No. 3

[...] for Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) Kaohsiung mayoral candidate Yang Chiu-hsing (楊秋興), President Ma, who doubles as KMT chairman, told a party Central Standing Committee weekly meeting on [...]

Where Have the Sunflowers Gone?

[...] not come to a proper resolution? Having now been asked to share a few thoughts about the Sunflower Movement on the six-month anniversary of the occupation of the Legislative Yuan in Taipei, I would [...]

Nationalist Dealignment in 2014, Realignment in 2016?

[...] , however, this role is increasingly being taken over by civil groups. A scene from the Sunflower Movement in March 2014 manifested this leadership transition vividly. When students occupied the [...]

Let 118 Sunflowers Bloom

[...] . The occupation by the constellation of civic organizations, which came to be known as the Sunflower Movement, began on the evening of March 18 (“318”) and ended on April 10. In all, about 200 [...]

Say It Loud: Language and Identity in Taiwan and Hong Kong

[...] The Sunflower Movement in Taiwan and Umbrella Revolution in Hong Kong show how far citizens in both countries are [...]

A Tale of Sunflowers and Umbrellas

[...] Not even six months have passed since Taiwan’s Sunflower activists occupied the Legislative Yuan, and now it’s Hong Kong’s turn for mass protests. While a familiar, social media-savvy focus [...]

In Search of Sunflower Seeds in Hong Kong

[...] the occupied Legislative Yuan felt tense and desperate: Many protesters complained that the core Sunflower leadership was [...]

The Same-Sex Marriage Battle in Its Historical Context

[...] has yet to be attained. The Marriage Equality Bill currently under consideration at the Legislative Yuan would make the sections of the Civil Code related to marriage, adoption, parenthood, and [...]

TAIWAN INSIDER Vol. 2 No. 5

[...] reform the national retirement pension program after the KMT blocked reform proposals at the Legislative Yuan on Friday. Retired government employees are entitled to a year-end bonus in addition to [...]

Debunking the Myth of Inevitability in the Taiwan Strait

[...] decades academics and politicians have sought to find ways to untie the Gordian Knot in the Taiwan Strait. Almost every solution proposed has at its core contained some reference, howsoever worded, to [...]

The New Missile Corvette and Taiwan’s Naval Doctrine

[...] in the theatre of operation. In other words, whoever sends an aircraft carrier into the narrow Taiwan Strait risks losing it in the early phase of hostilities. The PLA in particular does not need to [...]

TAIWAN INSIDER Vol. 2 No. 3

[...] to China hitting a new high at the end of September 2014 amid warming business ties across the Taiwan Strait, the Central Bank said. UNIVERSITY ENROLLMENT TO BE CUT: Taiwan plans to cut enrollment at [...]

Setting the Agenda for 2015

[...] a political crisis which will undoubtedly have long-term consequences for politics in the Taiwan Strait. Then in the fall, Taiwanese voters used their ballots to send a clear signal to the ruling [...]

Synchronizing the Narratives: Chinese Political Warfare, Taiwan, and the South C...

[...] and a former director-general of the Foreign Affairs Office of Hainan Province.) As Thinking Taiwan reported earlier this year, three top Taiwanese experts on the SCS were given honorary [...]

The Sky Isn’t Falling Over Taiwan

[...] what costs the ROC could impose on the Chinese Communist Party and the PLA,” he told Thinking Taiwan in an e-mail response. “To a casual observer, Taiwan may appear on the surface to be [...]

Global Indifference and Why Taiwan Needs a Strong Deterrent

[...] two Israeli civilians and 32 soldiers. As a fellow journalist and occasional contributor to Thinking Taiwan who is now covering the latest conflagration in the Middle East wrote a few days ago, the [...]

On Same-Sex Unions, the KMT Belongs in a Museum

[...] at this point is very much where it seems to belong. J. Michael Cole is editor in chief of Thinking Taiwan, a senior non-resident fellow at the China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham, and an [...]

Arms Sales to Taiwan: Ending the ‘Brutal Interference’

[...] a new game altogether. J. Michael Cole is editor in chief of Thinking Taiwan, a senior non-resident fellow at the China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham, and an Associate [...]

Where the Dragon Honed Its Claws

[...] to learn from it. J. Michael Cole is editor in chief of Thinking Taiwan, a senior non-resident fellow at the China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham, and an Associate [...]

Worrying Trends in Taiwan’s Law Enforcement Practices

[...] preserved at all cost. J. Michael Cole is editor in chief of Thinking Taiwan, a senior non-resident fellow at the China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham, and an Associate [...]

Lien Supporters Turn Violent, Attack Protesters

[...] the party’s dirty work. J. Michael Cole is editor in chief of Thinking Taiwan, a senior non-resident fellow at the China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham, and an Associate [...]

Musings on the Taipei Elections: Why It’s Hard to be ‘Neutral’

[...] Cole is editor in chief of Thinking Taiwan, a senior non-resident fellow at the China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham, and an Associate researcher at the French Center for [...]

‘Press Areas’ Threaten to Undermine Work of Journalists

[...] Cole is editor in chief of Thinking Taiwan, a senior non-resident fellow at the China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham, and an Associate researcher at the French Center for [...]

Calm Down, Taiwan Does Not Seek War with Vietnam

[...] Cole is editor in chief of Thinking Taiwan, a senior non-resident fellow at the China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham, and an Associate researcher at the French Center for [...]

Chinese Students Go Ballistic at Model UN Event

[...] Cole is editor in chief of Thinking Taiwan, a senior non-resident fellow at the China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham, and an Associate researcher at the French Center for [...]

TAIWAN INSIDER Vol. 1 No. 14

[...] OF TAKING UNDOCUMENTED DONATIONS: The Presidential Office said on Thursday that President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) would file a civil lawsuit in his personal capacity against political [...]

TAIWAN INSIDER Vol. 1 No. 12

[...] from the disaster and move on to a new phase by electing a new chairman by January. President Ma Ying-jeou has resigned as chairman. New Taipei City Mayor Eric Chu, long seen as a rising star [...]

TAIWAN INSIDER Vol. 1 No. 13

[...] on constitutional reform. Presidential spokesperson Ma Wei-kuo (馬瑋國) said President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) welcomed the proposal and proposed to meet Tsai in the Presidential [...]

TAIWAN INSIDER Vol. 2 No. 4

[...] : The Presidential Office denied a report of Chinese-language Next Magazine that President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) was advised to stop running after he almost went into shock during a 5km [...]

TAIWAN INSIDER Vol. 2 No. 7

[...] . The last military parade in Taiwan was held on the National Day in 2011. The Taiwan Insider is a weekly feature prepared by the Thinking Taiwan Foundation’s Chris Wang and staff [...]

TAIWAN INSIDER Vol. 2 No. 6

[...] Friday criticized what they said were inhumane practices by local governments. The Taiwan Insider is a weekly feature prepared by the Thinking Taiwan Foundation’s Chris Wang and [...]

TAIWAN INSIDER Vol. 1 No. 11

[...] of machines and equipment from inside the room on the social media site WeChat. The Taiwan Insider is a weekly feature prepared by the Thinking Taiwan Foundation’s Chris Wang and staff members. [...]

TAIWAN INSIDER Vol. 1 No. 6

[...] ) report for the construction of the Miramar Resort Hotel at Shanyuan Bay (杉原灣). The Taiwan Insider is a weekly feature prepared by the Thinking Taiwan Foundation’s Chris Wang and staff [...]

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TAIWAN INSIDER VOL. 2 No. 1

[...] Former president Chen’s medical parole was postponed while President Ma, caught in a legal battle over allegedly accepting off-the-book donations, proposed ‘ [...]

TAIWAN INSIDER Vol. 2 No. 2

[...] on Tuesday that he had met with members of the family four times in 2013. Chou has accused President Ma of receiving off-the-book donations from Ting Hsin. Ma has subsequently filed criminal and [...]

TAIWAN INSIDER Vol. 1 No. 2

[...] on “one country, two systems” and yet another misinterpreted comment by President Ma during an interview with foreign media. ==POLITICS HONG KONG PROTESTS: As the occupation [...]

TAIWAN INSIDER Vol. 1 No. 3

[...] for Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) Kaohsiung mayoral candidate Yang Chiu-hsing (楊秋興), President Ma, who doubles as KMT chairman, told a party Central Standing Committee weekly meeting on [...]

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