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Social Media: Asia/Pacific: East/Pacific: Taiwan

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Forgetting Tiananmen: Eager To Rebuild Trade, EU Ignores Rights Violations
The writer examines the US's stance against the European Union's intention to lift the arms embargo against China, which does not place as much emphasis against China's human rights record as it shoul... Read More...


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A trans-Atlantic storm over arms for China
While against the idea of the EU lifting the arms embargo against China, the writer outlines a set of procedures that should be followed by the EU. (Hans Binnendijk, International Herald Tribune, 2/09... Read More...


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So much for 'historic' moments
Despite the supposedly historic impact of the Lunar New Year cross-strait charter flights between China and Taiwan, the writer predicts the latter suffering as a result of the former country's overpow... Read More...


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China's threat is not hard to see
The writers applaud the US's condemnation of the EU's intention to lift the arms embargo against China, on the basis of the nuclear power's rapidly increasing military power. (Taipei Times, 2/05/05) Read More...


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China chipping away at US national security
The writer warns against the US continuing its current attitude toward China, on the grounds that contrary to popular belief, the country's economic growth is allowing the communist regime to maintain... Read More...


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How can the Taiwanese trust Beijing?
In the face of China's aggressive pushing of their anti-secession law, many are finding it difficult to believe that Beijing is sincere about improving its relationship with Taiwan. (Taipei Times, 2/0... Read More...


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China's stoking the fire
The writer harshly criticizes China's attitude towards Japan, Taiwan, and its own citizens, and describes China as working against itself. (Marc Plumb, Taipei Times, 2/3/05) Read More...


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China sends invite to Caribbean forum to Taiwan's allies
Taiwan feeling pressure from China's booming economy. (Melody Chen, Taipei Times, 2/2/05) Read More...


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Taiwan President Chen invites China's top Taiwan envoy for visit.
President Chen urging both sides to 'create a new horizon for cross-strait peaceful developments'. (Channel NewsAsia, 2/02/05) Read More...


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China lives down to expectations
The writer describes China's attitude toward Taiwan as counterproductive to any sort of peaceful resolution to the cross-strait tensions, and what China should be doing. (Bruce Jacobs, Taipei Times, 2... Read More...


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Bush's freedom speech and Taiwan
The writer analyzes Bush's second inaugural speech, attempting to see what it might mean for the US's policy regarding China and Taiwan. (Li Thian-hok, Taipei Times, 1/31/05) Read More...


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Open the window of opportunity
An editorial analyzing the situation between China and Taiwan- and seeing hope for a peaceful resolution of the cross-strait issue. (Taipei Times, 1/29/05) Read More...


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US Policy an obstacle for Taiwan
The writer claims that this is one of many issues that is putting Taiwan in a more and more precarious position between the US and China. (Lin Cheng-yi, Taipei Times, 1/27/05) Read More...


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Taiwan a tale of two cities
In the eyes of the writers, the previously overlooked southern Kaohsiung is beginning to truly stand out, while the more prominent northern Taipei is plagued with recent scandals. (Taipei Times, 1/27/... Read More...


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China says anti-secession law for peaceful resolutions
Chinese officials defend the anti-secession law, attempting to persuade both Taiwan and the international community that it is meant for 'peaceful means'. (The China Post, 1/26/05) Read More...


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Taiwan urges U.S. to speak against China anti-secession law
Taiwan's top official for China-Taiwan affairs claims that if the U.S. does not make their opposition to China's anti-secession law public, it may be too late. (Carol Giacomo, Reuters News Report, 1/2... Read More...


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Taiwan-China relations progress at glacial pace
The writer describes the Lunar New Year agreement between China and Taiwan, while slow, as being good progress nonetheless. (Laurence Eyton, Asia Times Online, 1/21/05) Read More...


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Taking Taiwan
The writer examines what America's response might be if China makes good on its threat to invade Taiwan by force. (New Hampshire Keene Sentinel, 1/21/05) Read More...


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China seen shifting warfare strategy
China is altering its military strategy against Taiwan to "acupuncture warfare"- specifically designed to deter America and paralyze Taiwan. (Wang Chung-Ming, Taiwan News Online, 1/20/05) Read More...


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Taiwan needs advanced weapons, strategist says
The former vice-minister of National Defense justifies Taiwan's purchase of arms from the US, citing China as the reason. (Rich Chang, Taipei Times, 1/20/05) Read More...


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Q4 losses by Taiwanese IT firms in wake of strong NT dollar
Taiwan's stronger New Taiwan Dollar is having anegative impact on the country's IT firms, including losses in the fourth quarter. (The China Post, 1/20/05) Read More...


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Taiwan's blue camp stands by shooting `report'
Taiwan's People First Party supports a report from an 'unconstitutional' body investigating the alleged attempt on President Chen's life early last year. By Debby Wu. (Taipei Times, 1/19/05) Read More...


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Taiwan to Become Largest Client of American Arms in Next Four Years
Taiwan is already the 3rd largest client of US arm sales, says the author. (People's Daily, 12/28/2004) Read More...


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Taiwan's Economy Beset by Hidden Worries
Despite the fact that Taiwan's economic growth rate will approach 6%--the highest ever in recent years--the author does not think the picture is as rosy as some may like to believe. (People's Daily, 1... Read More...


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The farce of Chen's 'transit diplomacy'
Argues that Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian, among other island politicians, visits countries merely to cultivate voters for the next election. Calls for more careful scrutiny at similar transit stop ... Read More...


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China Threatens War With Taiwan by 2008
A senior Chinese official warned that Beijing would not rule out war with Taiwan if the island's resident pursues his plan to adopt a new constitution by 2008. (Newsmax, 07/30/2004) Read More...


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No Mandate
Taiwan’s president gets reelection, but... by Ross H. Munro (National Review Online, 03/22/2004) Read More...


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Taiwan poll won't alter China's missile deployment
Discusses impending President Chen Shui-bian's public condemnation of China's growing missile threat and its refusal to renounce the use of force against Taiwan. By David Isenberg. (Asia Times, 3/19/2... Read More...


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The cross-Strait political tinderbox
Presents viewpoints of China - Taiwan relations. By Craig Meer and Macabe Keliher. (Asia Times, 3/13/2004) Read More...


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