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With Kinmen Comments, Ko Wen-je Dives Into Cross-Strait Debate
July 01, 2022

With Kinmen Comments, Ko Wen-je Dives Into Cross-Strait Debate

By Brian Hioe
The Taipei mayor’s embrace of a bridge linking Taiwan’s outlying islands with the Chinese mainland stoked controversy.

Ukraine Disinformation Fight Sounds Warning Bells for Taiwan
June 23, 2022

Ukraine Disinformation Fight Sounds Warning Bells for Taiwan

By James Baron
Short of a drastic overhaul, Tsai Ing-wen’s administration must gain a firmer understanding of vulnerabilities in the domestic information environment.
As Taiwan Remembers Tiananmen, Hong Kong Looms Large
June 15, 2022

As Taiwan Remembers Tiananmen, Hong Kong Looms Large

By Brian Hioe
The annual June 4 rally is now strongly connected to remembrance of Hong Kong's 2019 protest movement -- and the resulting political repression.

Czech Senate President Milos Vystrcil on China, Taiwan, and the 16+1
June 11, 2022

Czech Senate President Milos Vystrcil on China, Taiwan, and the 16+1

By Shannon Tiezzi
The Czech Senate president discusses his 2020 trip to Taiwan, the future of China-Czechia relations, and the future of EU efforts in the Indo-Pacific.

Biden’s Taiwan Policy Is the Most Dangerous Issue in China-US Relations
June 10, 2022

Biden’s Taiwan Policy Is the Most Dangerous Issue in China-US Relations

By Qi Weiqun
President Biden’s repeated promises to defend Taiwan reflect a shift in U.S. strategic thinking that threatens the bottom line of China-U.S. relations.

Taiwan’s KMT Looks to Boost Ties With US
June 10, 2022

Taiwan’s KMT Looks to Boost Ties With US

By Hiro Fu
The head of Taiwan’s opposition party, Eric Chu, wants the world to know his party is “consistently” pro-American.  

Japanese Former Defense Minister Morimoto Satoshi on a Taiwan Contingency
June 08, 2022

Japanese Former Defense Minister Morimoto Satoshi on a Taiwan Contingency

By Kosuke Takahashi
If “China can unify Taiwan while eliminating U.S. interference. This is the best scenario for China... The surrounding countries cannot help Taiwan.”
Accounting Act Changes Spark Brawl in Taiwan’s Legislature
June 02, 2022

Accounting Act Changes Spark Brawl in Taiwan’s Legislature

By Brian Hioe
Changes to Article 99-1 of the Accounting Act proposed by the DPP may clear former President Chen Shui-bian of corruption charges.

Why Was Taiwan Left Out of the US-Led IPEF?
May 25, 2022

Why Was Taiwan Left Out of the US-Led IPEF?

By Yao-Yuan Yeh, Charles K. S. Wu, Fang-Yu Chen, and Austin Horng-En Wang
Taiwan wasn't part of the initial group of IPEF members, but there's still room for future participation.

Taiwan’s Quest to Attend the World Health Assembly
May 18, 2022

Taiwan’s Quest to Attend the World Health Assembly

By Brian Hioe
Support for Taiwan's international participation has never been higher, but still hasn't moved the needle at the World Health Organization.

Taiwan’s President Condemns California Church Shooting
May 18, 2022

Taiwan’s President Condemns California Church Shooting

By Associated Press
The shooter, who killed one and injured five at a Taiwanese church, was reportedly part of a pro-unification group.
Why Taiwan Can’t Copy Ukraine’s Civil Defense Blueprint
May 17, 2022

Why Taiwan Can’t Copy Ukraine’s Civil Defense Blueprint

By James Baron
Replicating Ukraine’s Territorial Defense Force is not legally or politically feasible in Taiwan – at least for now.

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