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Taiwan Protests After China Boards a Tourist Boat Near Kinmen Island

Taiwan Protests After China Boards a Tourist Boat Near Kinmen Island

By Christopher Bodeen
China is stepping up patrols in the waters off the coast of Kinmen after two Chinese fishermen drowned while fleeing the Taiwanese coast guard.

The Prospects for Taiwan-EU Cooperation

The Prospects for Taiwan-EU Cooperation

By Francis Shin
Taiwan’s President-elect Lai Ching-te wants to bolster economic and security cooperation with the EU. Will Europe be able to meet Taiwan halfway?
A Month After Taiwan’s Election, Cross-Strait Tensions Continue to Simmer

A Month After Taiwan’s Election, Cross-Strait Tensions Continue to Simmer

By Brian Hioe
From sending balloons over Taiwan to forcing a scheduled sports competition to relocate, China has been upping the pressure.

Taiwan’s Semiconductor Talent Shortage

Taiwan’s Semiconductor Talent Shortage

By Ray Wang
The island's famed semiconductor sector is struggling to recruit sufficient numbers of chipmakers, posing a long-term threat to the industry.

The Iran Factor in the China-Taiwan-US Triangle

The Iran Factor in the China-Taiwan-US Triangle

By Thiago de Aragao
China could seek to use Iran as a tool to push the United States farther and farther from Taiwan.

Can India Leverage Taiwan’s Lai Moment?

Can India Leverage Taiwan’s Lai Moment?

By Jagannath Panda
Political continuity should encourage New Delhi to continue its gradual movement toward embracing Taiwan as a separate democratic entity, even without formal relations.

The Non-consensus Consensus of Taiwan’s Election

The Non-consensus Consensus of Taiwan’s Election

By Sasha Chhabra
While there is plenty of daylight between the DPP and KMT, the two parties have converged on remarkably similar positions with regards to national sovereignty. 
KMT’s Han Kuo-yu Is Taiwan’s New Legislative Speaker

KMT’s Han Kuo-yu Is Taiwan’s New Legislative Speaker

By Brian Hioe
The KMT's failed 2020 presidential candidate will hold the reins of the legislature, even while the DPP keeps the presidency.

Taiwan’s Election Has Big Ramifications for Energy Security

Taiwan’s Election Has Big Ramifications for Energy Security

By Yicheng Zhang and Morgan Peirce
Taiwan’s president-elect has a chance to reverse the government’s self-destructive nuclear phase-out.

Taiwan’s National Identity Post-Election   

Taiwan’s National Identity Post-Election   

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Dominic Meng-Hsuan Yang.

The Munich Agreement: 3 Historical Lessons for the Taiwan Strait

The Munich Agreement: 3 Historical Lessons for the Taiwan Strait

By Yipeng Zhang and Jonghyuk Lee
While parallels are often overdone, the infamous attempt to appease Nazi Germany does hold lessons for contemporary China-U.S. relations.
When Will Cross-Strait Tourism Return to Normal?

When Will Cross-Strait Tourism Return to Normal?

By Kristian McGuire
Tourism between Taiwan and China has been heavily impacted by political tensions. What's the outlook under the Lai administration?

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