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Podcasts from Spectator writers
To some in Taiwan, the idea of voluntarily taking a Chinese vaccine is, quite literally, laughable
By James Chater
Many in Western Australia feel they have been lucky, largely avoiding the restrictions seen in other parts of the world
Due to the Chinese Communist party’s claims on the island, Taiwan has never sought to declare formal separation
China has not ruled out taking back Taiwan by military force if necessary
Isolation nation: how Australia is dealing with its pandemic
Is China undermining Taiwan’s vaccine rollout?
Can Taiwan pull off its China gamble?
Taiwan’s balancing act is becoming ever more precarious
Thought-provoking commentary and opinion on politics, books and the arts.