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Ukraine visas welcome but lacking
19. April 2022|CEIAS Insights | 4 Min Read

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the resulting outflow of refugees has highlighted the need for Taiwan to adopt an asylum law. The Russian invasion of Ukraine has caused a huge wave […]

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Taiwan’s Asylum Policy: A Lack of Political Will to Implement the Law?
13. April 2022|CEIAS Insights | 6 Min Read

Taiwan is considered to be one of the most progressive countries in Asia but has no asylum law. Although debates on the issue occasionally occurred for more than 10 years, […]

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Chinese Media’s Conflicting Narratives on the Myanmar Coup
14. August 2021|Chinese Media Watch | 8 Min Read

The difference in reporting on the situation in Myanmar between Chinese state media facing international audiences (in English) and Chinese domestic media (in Chinese) reflects the dual political agenda of […]

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Bereft of International Support, Myanmar’s Protesters Turn to Violent Resistance
2. July 2021|CEIAS Insights | 10 Min Read

As the country’s crisis deepens, the lines between attack and defense are beginning to blur. Observing the events unfolding in Myanmar on February 1 from my desk far away in […]

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When thinking about China, Europeans think about…‎
13. June 2021|CEIAS Insights | 4 Min Read
European public opinion of China is dominated by associations with COVID‑19. Human rights and environmental issues take a back seat. Last fall, Sinophone Borderlands and CEIAS concluded an extensive public [...]
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