Some great stuff here. The Sullivan/Sapir article is really good and you should track down Sullivan's articles on Chen Shui-bian's discourse, which I keep forgetting to blog on. Sullivan loves Taiwan and is a very insightful writer and thinker. The Schubert "analysis" of the election is basically a Grand Narrative Establishment rehash (you're probably better off with mine). The European integration piece is quite balanced all things considered; I haven't had a chance to read the others.
Journal of Current Chinese Affairs
Content alert: Issue 3/2012
Taiwan under KMT Rule: Recent Trends in Domestic Politics and Cross-Strait Relations
Contemporary Taiwan Studies in Europe: More Institutionalized, More Vital
Cal Clark and Alexander C. Tan
Political Polarization in Taiwan: A Growing Challenge to Catch-all Parties?
Jonathan Sullivan and Eliyahu V. Sapir
Ma Ying-jeou’s Presidential Discourse
The Impact of Electoral System Reform on Taiwan’s Local Factions
Liberalist Variation in Taiwan: Four Democratization Orientations
Cross-Strait Relations and the Way Forward: Observations from a European Integration Perspective
No Winds of Change: Taiwan’s 2012 National Elections and the Post-election Fallout
- NHI to cover Chinese students. As it should.
- What? Another article saying the same thing about English that's been said for thirty years?
- Under-the-Radar News from AsiaEye
- Victory? the High Administrative Court denies extension of the idiotic central Taiwan science park in Erlin.
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