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Taiwan’s APEC Envoy at the Center of China-US Tech Tensions
November 18, 2022

Taiwan’s APEC Envoy at the Center of China-US Tech Tensions

By Johnson Lai and Joe McDonald
TSMC founder Morris Chang is once again Taiwan’s representative at this week’s APEC summit.

How Taiwan’s Midterm Elections Work
November 07, 2022

How Taiwan’s Midterm Elections Work

By Lev Nachman
Taiwanese citizens will soon vote to elect their mayor/county magistrate, city council members, and in a referendum – and each of these uses a different voting system.
The Taiwan Policy Act: More Than Just Defense Ties
November 04, 2022

The Taiwan Policy Act: More Than Just Defense Ties

By Kuan-Ting Chen and Lauren O'Connell
We should be talking more about the bill’s Taiwan Fellowship Program, which could reshape Taiwan-U.S. ties over the long term.

Taiwan Injects Momentum Into Global Transition to Net-Zero Emissions 
November 03, 2022

Taiwan Injects Momentum Into Global Transition to Net-Zero Emissions 

By Chang Tzi-chin
Taiwan is already making strides on emissions reduction. Imagine what it could accomplish if allowed into global climate discussions.

Taiwan’s Pingpu Peoples One Step Closer to Recognition
November 02, 2022

Taiwan’s Pingpu Peoples One Step Closer to Recognition

By Brian Hioe
A Constitutional Court ruling held that Pingpu peoples must be recognized by the government, a move that could potentially triple the registered Indigenous population in Taiwan.

Could Semiconductors Tip the India-Taiwan Scale? 
November 01, 2022

Could Semiconductors Tip the India-Taiwan Scale? 

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
India is set to expand its economic ties with Taiwan significantly. 

Correcting the Record on US Taiwan Policy
October 28, 2022

Correcting the Record on US Taiwan Policy

By Ben Lowsen
The important nuances of “strategic ambiguity” and other elements of U.S. policy are often lost in the headlines.
China’s 20th Party Congress Escalates Cross-Strait Tensions
October 27, 2022

China’s 20th Party Congress Escalates Cross-Strait Tensions

By Mariah Thornton
A new amendment to the CCP constitution demonstrates a significant escalation in the party’s approach to Taiwan.

China and Taiwan: The Geopolitical Crisis Hiding in Plain Sight
October 21, 2022

China and Taiwan: The Geopolitical Crisis Hiding in Plain Sight

By Peter Birgbauer
Can the international community see through the fog of its current crises and adequately prepare for an even bigger crisis further down the road?

The ‘Taiwan Card’ in US Domestic Politics
October 20, 2022

The ‘Taiwan Card’ in US Domestic Politics

By Jiachen Shi, Andrew Devine, and Lin (Kirin) Pu
Democrats and Republicans are competing to show greater support to Taiwan, with real consequences for the U.S.-China-Taiwan triangle.

How Asia’s Digital Governance Beacon Balances Data Privacy and the ‘Public Good’
October 20, 2022

How Asia’s Digital Governance Beacon Balances Data Privacy and the ‘Public Good’

By Sam Robbins and Chia-Shuo Tang
Taiwan’s government has immense amounts of health data on its population. What it can do with that data is the subject of a decade-long lawsuit.
Taiwan Intelligence Chief Pictures Reignite Debate Over Chinese Disinformation Ops
October 14, 2022

Taiwan Intelligence Chief Pictures Reignite Debate Over Chinese Disinformation Ops

By Brian Hioe
A scandal involving the director-general of Taiwan’s National Security Bureau has raised concerns about Chinese disinformation, particularly as amplified by domestic media outlets.

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