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Taiwan’s Coast Guard Under Fire After Chinese National Rides a Speedboat to New Taipei

Taiwan’s Coast Guard Under Fire After Chinese National Rides a Speedboat to New Taipei

By Brian Hioe
A former PLAN officer, surnamed Ruan, reportedly wanted to defect to Taiwan, but the incident has raised concerns about Taiwan's coastal defense.

China, Taiwan, and the Future of Guatemala

China, Taiwan, and the Future of Guatemala

By R. Evan Ellis
The rapid expansion of Beijing’s political and economic influence in countries switching relations from Taiwan to China suggest that a “flip” by Guatemala could be particularly impactful.
How China Gained a Foothold in Eastern Taiwan

How China Gained a Foothold in Eastern Taiwan

By Nien-Ju Tsai and Tara Lee
Led by “King” Fu Kun-chi, Hualien County has become a nexus for political and economic connections with the PRC.

From Tsai to Lai: Taiwan’s Economic Security Reforms Amid the AI Chip Surge

From Tsai to Lai: Taiwan’s Economic Security Reforms Amid the AI Chip Surge

By Jeremy Chih-Cheng Chang and Chiang Min-yen
Reviewing past achievements and highlighting three unfinished challenges.

Taiwan’s Energy Security Under Threat

Taiwan’s Energy Security Under Threat

By Tsuyoshi Minami
Facing the potential of a maritime blockade, can Taiwan reduce the vulnerabilities in its power system and establish energy security?

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

Can Taiwan’s Divided Legislature Come Together on Defense?

Can Taiwan’s Divided Legislature Come Together on Defense?

By Corey Lee Bell and Elena Collinson
With a divided government, what are the prospect for President Lai's defense agenda?

Taiwan’s LGBTQ Progress Under Lai Ching-te: From Rhetoric to Action

Taiwan’s LGBTQ Progress Under Lai Ching-te: From Rhetoric to Action

By Huynh Tam Sang and Phan Van Tim
With the DPP’s legacy on marriage equality as a springboard, President Lai should advance LGBTQ rights in Taiwan through a two-pronged strategy.
What to Make of Biden’s Latest Promise to Defend Taiwan

What to Make of Biden’s Latest Promise to Defend Taiwan

By Dean P. Chen
A range of intertwined international and domestic factors are driving Washington’s current policy toward the Taiwan Strait. 

China Dials up Military, Economic Pressure Campaign Against Taiwan’s New President

China Dials up Military, Economic Pressure Campaign Against Taiwan’s New President

By Brian Hioe
The tactics are familiar: military exercises, economic coercion, and pressure on Taiwanese celebrities.

Taiwan’s Protesters Are Against ‘Check-but-Imbalance’ and Legislative Overreach

Taiwan’s Protesters Are Against ‘Check-but-Imbalance’ and Legislative Overreach

By Austin Horng-En Wang, Charles K. S. Wu, Yao-Yuan Yeh, and Fang-Yu Chen
The Bluebird Movement can't be dismissed as mere partisan mobilization.

Taiwan’s New National Security Leadership

Taiwan’s New National Security Leadership

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Jing Bo-jiun.
Smoke, Mirrors, and Spin: Deception in the Struggle for Taiwan’s Legislative Reform

Smoke, Mirrors, and Spin: Deception in the Struggle for Taiwan’s Legislative Reform

By Wu Tsung-hsien and Howard Shen
The KMT-TPP backed legislation to expand Legislative Yuan powers is not as nefarious as it has been made out to be.

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