The eviction of British diplomats from Tehran should remind us that norms governing state-behaviour are perilously fragile.
The UK has had run-ins with the Iran before – notably the spat … Read the rest
Having just come back from Taiwan after a busy week there, I cannot help but express a feeling that the prospects for the DPP in the upcoming presidential elections are … Read the rest
This is the latest in a series of monthly posts that report on the state of the parties as measured by opinion polls. By pooling together all the available polling … Read the rest
Oops I did it again.
I recently discovered that something I said in the New York Times had inspired poet Gershon Hepner to put pen to paper. Well, having … Read the rest
CONCEPT – The Nottingham Centre for normative Political Theory – has established a Twitter feed of quotes from political philosophers. It’s now been up and running for a month, at … Read the rest
I reached out to several China-based scholars who do work about Taiwan with a mind to having a ‘view from China’-type post. Unfortunately these attempts have not produced any results. … Read the rest