Taiwan Communique emblemTaiwan Communiqué no. 137, August / September 2012

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  • Su Tseng-chang takes the DPP reins
    • National Party Congress in July
    • DPP established China affairs office

  • Judiciary shows partisan prosecution
    • Cabinet Secretary-General Lin's corruption case
    • Chiayi prosecution blatantly partisan
    • Tsai Ing-wen cleared of Yu Chang allegations
    • Jury still out on Taiwan's judiciary by PAPA President Mark Kao

  • Taiwan's Status, the Senkakus and the SCS
    • Ma Ying-jeou's flawed understanding of Taiwan's status
    • New tensions surrounding the Senkakus
    • Time for Taiwan to take action on SCSby Joseph Bosco

  • Former President Chen's health
    • US medical experts visit Chen in jail
    • Members of Congress express concern
    • Taiwan civic groups call for medical parole

  • Report from Washington
    • Senators introduce Taiwan democracy resolution
    • DHS agrees to drop "China (Taiwan)" reference
    • Repr. Andrews calls for Taiwan Commission
    • US representatives commemorate anniversaries

  • In memoriam Norman Getsinger (1919-2012)

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