Taiwan made history last month when it elected Tsai Ying-wen as its first female president. Now, observers wonder what direction the new regime will take the country. We take a look at Taiwan's new leadership with Shelley Rigger, professor of East Asian politics at Davidson College. We also discuss the potential for radification of The Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty with Ambassador Adam M. Scheinman, Special Representative of the President for Nuclear Nonproliferation.
A 121-foot-high statue of Mao Zedong mysteriously cropped up in a remote field in China's central Henan province...but it seems the homage to the founder of Communist China didn't have much time in the sun.