A society that was initially united in preventing the pandemic has been beaten back to previous division by the reality of the data. Turns out, even viruses are classist.
The escalating tension between the United States and China is the most dangerous issue facing the world today.
Taiwan should be more proactive in stopping Chinese influence in global organizations.
To think that Chinese consumers will somehow replace U.S. spending in the near term is overly optimistic at best. Realistically, it sounds more like a pipe dream.
After trading barbs with the U.S. over the global pandemic, China's state media has lashed out at it and other Western countries.
To deflect attention from criticism about the sluggish domestic economy, Trump has again lashed out against China.
US president needs to follow up strong words with decisive action and investigate the international health body.
[T]he U.S. has not relaxed the military precautions it has taken in the Western Pacific during the pandemic.
Washington and the Tsai administration are so narcissistic that they think they can make the mainland uncomfortable.
Only when China wakes up and abandons its claims over Taiwan will the Taiwanese government be able to rethink its diplomatic strategy. Until then, Taiwan's foreign policy will only be: "U.S.A! U.S.A! U.S.A!"