Free press, free elections, free speech – all present in Taiwan but absent in China. Taiwanese pro-Beijing politician Chou Hsi-wei says, "You can change them." But what evidence does he have for that? He talks to DW's Conflict Zone.
Budapest’s response to COVID-19 has been to suspend parliament and give Prime Minister Viktor Orban open-ended powers to rule by decree. Will the latest move by the ruling Fidesz party cement authoritarianism in Europe?
Political infighting is nothing new in Brussels, but facing the Covid-19 crisis EU leaders have been far from united. Yet without unity, what is the European Union good for? Our guest is EU Commissioner Ylva Johansson.
"We should emphasize the differences" between China and Taiwan, says Taiwanese pro-Beijing politician Chou Hsi-wei. "Go there … and change them." But is he selling a fantasy to voters? He talks to DW's Conflict Zone.
Lam Wing-kee, the owner of Causeway Bay Books, had previously been detained by Chinese authorities for selling books critical of Chinese leaders. The opening of the new store came days after he was attacked in Taipei.
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