Opinion

Joseph Wu's picture

Bringing Taiwan to the UN table

TAIWAN is stepping up its international campaign for meaningful participation in the United Nations and UN relevant agencies. such as the World Health Organisation (WHO) through the World Health Assembly (WHA) and the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), along with Interpol, which works alongside the UN in some of its activities . . . 

Would Taiwan countenance dual recognition?

The zero-sum game in the Taiwan Strait has outlived its usefulness and no longer reflects reality. Taipei should make it clear that it is willing to think creatively about the problem. Offering the possibility of dual recognition would be a step in that direction . . .The zero-sum game in the Taiwan Strait has outlived its usefulness and no longer reflects reality. Taipei should make it clear that it is willing to think creatively about the problem. Offering the possibility of dual recognition would be a step in that direction . . .

Peter Sylvestre's picture

Is this Moonshine or Chimera?

RUSSIA, China, the United States and North Korea are all key players in South Korean President Moon's grand plan to "connect" a newly-burgeoning economic region of Northeast Asia, a "community of peace and prosperity". Again, the key is Pyongyang. Can it be counted on as a consistent, willing partner? Or will its traditional recalcitrance to 'reform' again dash all hopes . . .

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