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Taiwan Warns Against Travel to China, Hong Kong After Detention of Taiwanese Nationals
September 18, 2019
Taiwan Warns Against Travel to China, Hong Kong After Detention of Taiwanese Nationals
Over 1 million Taiwanese nationals could be living or working in China, which remains Taiwan’s largest trading partner.
Taiwan Warns Against Travel to China, Hong Kong After Detention of Taiwanese Nationals
Taiwan Loses Another Diplomatic Ally: Onward Without the Solomon Islands?
September 18, 2019
Taiwan Loses Another Diplomatic Ally: Onward Without the Solomon Islands?
Is China’s campaign of isolation against Taiwan working?
Taiwan Loses Another Diplomatic Ally: Onward Without the Solomon Islands?
Taiwan Hosts Top Solomon Islands Official Amid Reports of a Diplomatic Switch to Beijing
September 10, 2019
Taiwan Hosts Top Solomon Islands Official Amid Reports of a Diplomatic Switch to Beijing
Solomon islands foreign minister visits Taipei days after a report said a diplomatic switch to Beijing was imminent.
Taiwan Hosts Top Solomon Islands Official Amid Reports of a Diplomatic Switch to Beijing
Taiwan President Sues Scholars for Alleging Her Doctorate Degree is Fake
September 07, 2019
Taiwan President Sues Scholars for Alleging Her Doctorate Degree is Fake
Tsai Ing-wen is taking legal action against unsubstantiated questioning of the veracity of her diploma as she heads into her bid for re-election.
Taiwan President Sues Scholars for Alleging Her Doctorate Degree is Fake
Report: Solomon Islands ‘Clearly Leaning’ Toward Changing Recognition From Taipei to Beijing
September 03, 2019
Report: Solomon Islands ‘Clearly Leaning’ Toward Changing Recognition From Taipei to Beijing
The Pacific Island state’s decision to switch would leave Taiwan with just 16 remaining diplomatic allies.
Report: Solomon Islands ‘Clearly Leaning’ Toward Changing Recognition From Taipei to Beijing
Terry Gou May Run for Taiwan’s President. What Does His Foxconn Record Tell Us?
August 31, 2019
Terry Gou May Run for Taiwan’s President. What Does His Foxconn Record Tell Us?
Taiwan’s richest man is reportedly ready to declare his candidacy. Would he run the country like he ran his corporate empire?
Terry Gou May Run for Taiwan’s President. What Does His Foxconn Record Tell Us?
Taiwan’s All-Volunteer Force Transition Still a Challenge
August 31, 2019
Taiwan’s All-Volunteer Force Transition Still a Challenge
Faced with high military personnel cost and unfavorable demographics, Taiwan will have to make uncomfortable policy choices.
Taiwan’s All-Volunteer Force Transition Still a Challenge
Taiwan’s President (and Her Challenger) Thank US for $8 Billion F-16V Sale
August 24, 2019
Taiwan’s President (and Her Challenger) Thank US for $8 Billion F-16V Sale
Tsai Ing-wen thanked the United States for the deal. So did her main presidential challenger, the Beijing-friendly Han Kuo-yu.
Taiwan’s President (and Her Challenger) Thank US for $8 Billion F-16V Sale
Hong Kong’s Extradition Bill and Taiwan’s Sovereignty Dilemma
June 26, 2019
Hong Kong’s Extradition Bill and Taiwan’s Sovereignty Dilemma
How a Hong Konger’s death put Taiwan in a difficult spot amid the storm over Hong Kong’s extradition bill.
Hong Kong’s Extradition Bill and Taiwan’s Sovereignty Dilemma
Anatomy of a Taiwan Invasion, Part 3: Taiwan's Countermeasures
May 17, 2019
Anatomy of a Taiwan Invasion, Part 3: Taiwan's Countermeasures
A look at Taiwan's military force posture and procurement amid advances in capability by China's PLA.
Anatomy of a Taiwan Invasion, Part 3: Taiwan's Countermeasures
Halal Tourism on the Rise in Asia, Just Not in China
April 24, 2019
Halal Tourism on the Rise in Asia, Just Not in China
As Beijing connects to the world's largest Muslim markets, its attention to halal tourism lags behind Taiwan's efforts.
Halal Tourism on the Rise in Asia, Just Not in China
How Direct Democracy Went Nuclear in Taiwan
January 18, 2019
How Direct Democracy Went Nuclear in Taiwan
A contentious vote on Taiwan’s nuclear future showed how the country’s public referendums went haywire.
How Direct Democracy Went Nuclear in Taiwan
Taiwan’s Direct Democracy Experiment Stumbles at the Polls
December 06, 2018
Taiwan’s Direct Democracy Experiment Stumbles at the Polls
In 2017, the ruling DPP reformed the Referendum Act. The first referendum votes under the new act did not go smoothly.
Taiwan’s Direct Democracy Experiment Stumbles at the Polls
The Mood Ahead of Taiwan’s Midterm Elections
November 21, 2018
The Mood Ahead of Taiwan’s Midterm Elections
In what should be a referendum year, both parties appear to be adjusting their messages for the 2020 presidential elections.
The Mood Ahead of Taiwan’s Midterm Elections
Taiwan Is Retaking the Initiative With Its New Southbound Policy
October 23, 2018
Taiwan Is Retaking the Initiative With Its New Southbound Policy
Forget Beijing: Taiwan is rolling out its “warm power” to win friends across Southeast and South Asia.
Taiwan Is Retaking the Initiative With Its New Southbound Policy
A Nation Reborn? Taiwan's Belated Recognition of Its Southeast Asian Heritage
September 28, 2018
A Nation Reborn? Taiwan's Belated Recognition of Its Southeast Asian Heritage
Can Taiwan reinvent itself as a part of Southeast Asia?
A Nation Reborn? Taiwan's Belated Recognition of Its Southeast Asian Heritage
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