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Syria's bloody conflict has entered its seventh year with unrelenting killings, displacements and bombardments being "one of the largest man-made humanitarian and protection crises in the world." As the U.N.
 
I strongly disagree with how the Ministry of Transportation and Communications handled the aftermath of the deadly tour bus accident on Feb. 13. I have said many times before that if Taiwan is to make any progress, we have to change our finger-pointing culture to a cause-finding culture.
 
Syria's bloody conflict has entered its seventh year with unrelenting killings, displacements and bombardments being "one of the largest man-made humanitarian and protection crises in the world."
 
Ma Ying-jeou and the KMT leadership election
 
As expected, Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor triumphed in Sunday's election, winning 777 votes from the 1,194-member Election Committee to become Hong Kong's next chief executive. She will be the first woman to lead Hong Kong since its emergence as a free port in the 19th century.
 
"When they go low, we go high." So declared then-U.S. first lady Michelle Obama at the 2016 Democratic Party convention in Philadelphia. That memorable turn of phrase reminds me today less of the ugliness of past political campaigns, and more of the beauty of Hong Kong's striking skyline.
 
Tsai Ing-wen is a little woman not an Amazonian warrior. She had the nickname "Little Ing" for a long time before she became the chairperson of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in 2008.
 
"His freedom to speak protects my freedom to call him a bigot. His freedom guarantees mine."
 
Modern slavery is tragically thriving in the Twenty-first Century!
 
In October 1939, when World War II was just beginning, Winston Churchill, in a radio broadcast, described Russia as "a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma." Today, the same can be said of North Korea, which continues to defy the world with its nuclear and missile programs, despite biting United Nations sanctions.
 
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