Despite nearly three years of warming relations with mainland China, Taiwan’s President Ma Ying-jeou pressed his case for continued U.S. weapons sales to the island, including sales of advanced fighter jets, saying that Taiwan needs to negotiate with Beijing from a position of strength.
Trying to be mindful on a weekend retreat at a Buddhist monastery in Taiwan.
25 years after the end of authoritarianism, Taiwan is still struggling to come to terms with its past.
Massachusetts resident Rezwan Ferdaus, charged with bomb attempts against US buildings via model plane, returns to court Friday. He fits the bill for a typical Al Qaeda recruit, terrorism experts say. The Christian Science Monitor By Amber Phillips (formerly Amber Parcher) Published on November 4, 2011 WORCESTER, MA — The stereotype of a disaffected youth …