Category: Op-Ed

The Good Advice Prince Philip Never Gave

The passing of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, is a sombre occasion that allows Britons to ponder the values that the war generation brought to the world, a call of remembrance that is increasingly rare and therefore all the more valuable. One finds it in other countries too, with a few minor changes. Three years ago, the death of US Senator John McCain, a Vietnam War veteran, brought tributes from near and far.

Will Taiwan be the New Saigon?

Taiwan is a living example of a formidable tale of human quest for freedom. The sheer will power and resistance of the Taiwanese to avoid subjugation has acquired the status of a folk-tale worth being repeated untiringly.