A New ‘Step’ in Armenia: A Cause for Hope or Concern?

Photo: Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan leads "Take a Step, Reject Serzh" campaign. (Photo by Yerevantsi via Wikimedia) By Aleksandra Zaytseva A day before “Victory Day”, on May 8th, former newspaper editor, MP, and political prisoner, Nikol Pashinyan, was elected interim Prime Minister of Armenia, 59-to-42, in a historic exchange of power. This peaceful cessation of power... Continue Reading →

The Swamp of Taiwan’s Transitional Justice

By Yufei Zhang. A Bill Facing Polarization On December 5th, 2017, Taiwan's legislature passed a bill of transitional justice, which is following a set of similar policies issued by the governing party—DPP. According to the law, a powerful committee, under the Premier, will be established to investigate thoroughly and, then, re-evaluate Taiwan's authoritarian past, which covers... Continue Reading →

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