Professor Cohen’s December 12, 2011 meeting with Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou was widely covered by the Taiwan media. They spoke about the importance of human rights issues in China for future cross-strait relations. President Ma acknowledged Professor Cohen’s contribution on the rule of law developments in Taiwan and China and also commended the U.S.-Asia Law Institute for serving as a bridge between scholars from Taiwan and Mainland China.
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Professor Cohen’s December 17, 2010 meeting with Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou was widely covered by the Taiwan media. President Ma discussed Taiwan’s economic development after ECFA, trade relations with Singapore and the Diaoyu Islands amongst other topics.
Chinese broadcast from Radio Taiwan International / 中央广播电台报告
This is the start of my third year publishing a biweekly column in the South China Morning Post and in Taiwan’s Chinese language China Times. Most of these “op-eds” have concerned contemporary issues of law and justice in China, Taiwan or both as well as political- legal questions arising from the cross-strait reconciliation that began in 2008 with Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou’s inauguration.