Pat Gunning's Taiwan Home Page


November 28, 2004




This page contains (a) facts about the Taiwan Government, (b) two relatively long essays, and (c) a variety of short essays that I wrote about Taiwan before 1999, and (d) links to some related cites. About half of the short essays were published in one of the local English language newspapers. Comments are welcome.


Facts About Taiwan


The Constitutional Structure of Taiwan's Government


Major Essays


A Proposal to Decentralize Higher Education in Taiwan: The Voucher System (long)


What Should We Do About Taiwan?


Wise Central Planning?: The Chinese on Taiwan


Short Essays


Afghanistan, Vietnam, and the Superpowers


Good Leaders and Good Government


Responsibilities of the Judicial Yuan


Apply for Nafta Membership Now


Is Taiwan at War or Peace?


Rhinoceros Horns


Election Fraud: The Proper Response


Joining the North American Free Trade Agreement


The Control Yuan


First Impressions


A Referendum on Reunification


Words and Meanings in International Politics


Economic and Political Development of Taiwan


Reforming Higher Education


Decentralizing the Police


Profiteering by Politicians and the Blind Trust


Links to Related Cites


Pat Gunning's Democracy Home Page


The Constitution of Taiwan


A View of Taiwan History


Taiwan Security Research


Assorted Taiwan Links


Asia Studies Virtual Library


Tao Te Ching -- The Way


Sun Tzu's ART OF WAR





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J. Patrick Gunning

Professor of Economics/ College of Business
Feng Chia University
100 Wenhwa Rd, Taichung

Taiwan, R.O.C.
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