Recent attempts by the Bureau of Consular Affairs to crack down on a campaign to place "Republic of Taiwan" stickers on ROC passports has foregrounded questions about Taiwan's displacement from the international community.
The RCA Taiwan case was a landmark legal case for labor in Taiwan. Han-Hsi "Indy" Liu, S.J.D. candidate at Georgetown University Law, and Fangchun Chu, one of the attorneys-at-law representing RCA victims, provide an overview of the case and its significance.
To date, instead of taking a step forward, China has tightened its political control. From the arrest of more than a hundred human rights activist and lawyers to the recent crackdown of the Christian communities, China has not improved at all.