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The ‘Memory War’ Over Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement

The ‘Memory War’ Over Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement

By Yang Kuang-shun
The public perception of the Sunflower Movement within Taiwan varies markedly across different demographics and political viewpoints.

Sunflower Movement 10th Anniversary Reflects Taiwan’s Current Political Divisions

Sunflower Movement 10th Anniversary Reflects Taiwan’s Current Political Divisions

By Brian Hioe
From talk of revising the CSSTA to the KMT's return to leadership of the legislature, the Sunflower Movement is echoing in Taiwan's politics today.
Weiting Chen Discusses the Sunflower Movement, 10 Years Later

Weiting Chen Discusses the Sunflower Movement, 10 Years Later

By Shannon Tiezzi
10 years on, what impact has the Sunflower Movement had on Taiwan?

Cross-Strait Issues Take Center Stage in Taiwan’s Presidential Race

Cross-Strait Issues Take Center Stage in Taiwan’s Presidential Race

By Brian Hioe
Both Ko Wen-je and Hou Yu-ih have endorsed resurrecting the controversial Cross-Strait Services Trade Agreement, the subject of mass protests back in 2014.

China and Taiwan Leaders Emphasize Kinship, 1992 Consensus in Historic Talks

China and Taiwan Leaders Emphasize Kinship, 1992 Consensus in Historic Talks

By Shannon Tiezzi
Much of what Ma Ying-jeou and Xi Jinping said was intended to influence a third party: DPP leader Tsai Ing-wen.

The Rise of Civic Nationalism in Taiwan: A Conversation with J. Michael Cole

The Rise of Civic Nationalism in Taiwan: A Conversation with J. Michael Cole

By Ankit Panda
The Diplomat's Ankit Panda and Shannon Tiezzi speak to J. Michael Cole about Taiwanese politics and society.

China Threatens Taiwan’s Reputation

China Threatens Taiwan’s Reputation

By Michal Thim
It is China's unification agenda that threatens Taiwan's international reputation, not the Sunflower Movement.
The Economics of the Cross-Strait Services Agreement

The Economics of the Cross-Strait Services Agreement

By JoAnn Fan
There are economic reasons to be concerned about the controversial CSSTA, subject of the recent Sunflower protests.

After Taiwan Protests, Chinese Leaders Stress Continued Cross-Strait Ties

After Taiwan Protests, Chinese Leaders Stress Continued Cross-Strait Ties

By Shannon Tiezzi
Beijing wants to carry on as normal with cross-strait relations. Will that be possible after the Sunflower Movement?

Sunflowers End Occupation of Taiwan’s Legislature

Sunflowers End Occupation of Taiwan’s Legislature

By J. Michael Cole
J. Michael Cole reports from Taipei for The Diplomat.

Protests Won’t Undermine Taiwan’s Reputation

Protests Won’t Undermine Taiwan’s Reputation

By Michal Thim
Claims that the Sunflower Movement will hurt Taiwan’s ability to join regional trade pacts are misguided.
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