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It's time for Taiwan to pick a power plan
Here are the choices it has and how to approach them.
 
CPC's blackout mistake is a lesson about getting the basics right
It was not the first time the two engineers – one from the CPC and another from a subcontractor, both with substantial experience in the job – ignored SOPs when changing power supply units.
 
International leverage is isolating North Korea
The Security Council has imposed strong sanctions on the country, notable for the unqualified participation of China.
 
Donald Trump handling the North Korea threat is a frightening reality
We're past the point where the chaos in the White House was bemusing.
 
Fire, fury and North Korea: Has the US been cornered?
The unusually detailed report on North Korea's attack plan on Guam has marked a further escalation in tensions between Pyongyang and Washington.
 
China: The land of fabricated papers and fake peer reviews
The latest scandal is wide-ranging and a serious wake-up call for China.
 
To preserve authority, Xi can't afford 2nd-term economic slowdown
Under the Communist Party's single-party rule, China's politics and economics have become closely intertwined.
 
It's time to rethink our perspective on jobs and technology
Whether in Taiwan or the U.S., it's time to assess the impact of technology on those who will lose their jobs as the so-called 'jobs of tomorrow' are created.
 
Pence's trip underscores the importance of NATO — and current threats
Today's alliance leaders in Europe are articulate and effective, including in particular German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
 
Bangladesh could learn a thing or two from Taiwan
Taiwan, the tenth most innovative economy in the world, is also one of the world's biggest semiconductor suppliers. In the '50s and '60s, Taiwan was similar to Bangladesh in a lot of ways.
 
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