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Taiwan Calls for New Cross-Strait Relations After Xi’s Strong Speech
October 19, 2017

Taiwan Calls for New Cross-Strait Relations After Xi’s Strong Speech

By Charlotte Gao
China's president pressed Taiwan’s government to recognize the “1992 Consensus” at the 19th Party Congress.
The Taipei-Beijing 'Diplomatic Truce' Crumbles: What Next for Taiwan?
June 21, 2017

The Taipei-Beijing 'Diplomatic Truce' Crumbles: What Next for Taiwan?

By Ankit Panda
With Panama deciding to recognize the government in Beijing, Taiwan's list of diplomatic allies continues to shrink.

China's 2017 Work Report: Changes on Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the Global Order
March 07, 2017

China's 2017 Work Report: Changes on Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the Global Order

By Han Ze
Subtle changes in official rhetoric may have big ramifications in policymaking.

China's Xi Finally Speaks to Trump, Who Affirms US 'One China' Policy: Major Takeaways
February 10, 2017

China's Xi Finally Speaks to Trump, Who Affirms US 'One China' Policy: Major Takeaways

By Ankit Panda
Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Donald Trump finally speak.

Taiwan's Biggest Problems Are at Home (Not Across the Strait)
November 17, 2016

Taiwan's Biggest Problems Are at Home (Not Across the Strait)

By Pengqiao Lu
Domestic struggles, not cross-strait relations, are contributing to Tsai Ing-wen's falling approval ratings.
Tsai's Refusal to Affirm the 1992 Consensus Spells Trouble for Taiwan
August 26, 2016

Tsai's Refusal to Affirm the 1992 Consensus Spells Trouble for Taiwan

By Yeni Wong, Ho-I Wu, and Kent Wang
Unless Tsai makes a U-turn on the Consensus, cross-strait ties could crumble.

South China Sea Ruling: A Boost for Cross-Strait Relations?
July 16, 2016

South China Sea Ruling: A Boost for Cross-Strait Relations?

By Shang-su Wu
Taiwan and mainland China's similar positions on the South China Sea could provide the basis for a "2016 Consensus."
A One-Sided Consensus Slowly Falls to Pieces Across the Taiwan Strait
July 04, 2016

A One-Sided Consensus Slowly Falls to Pieces Across the Taiwan Strait

By Katherine Wei
Taiwan may be ready for a new era in cross-strait ties, despite the economic difficulties that may bring.

The US and the 1992 Consensus
July 01, 2016

The US and the 1992 Consensus

By Eric Huang
Looking at the recent comments by AIT Chairman Raymond Burghardt.

Did China Just Kill Cross-Strait Relations?
June 26, 2016

Did China Just Kill Cross-Strait Relations?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Beijing announces that it suspended cross-strait communications when Tsai Ing-wen assumed office.

Why Beijing Should Work With Tsai Ing-wen
May 23, 2016

Why Beijing Should Work With Tsai Ing-wen

By Dalton Lin
Taiwan's new president showed goodwill toward Beijing in her inaugural address. The CCP should reciprocate.
Is the KMT Becoming a Fringe Party in Taiwan?
May 09, 2016

Is the KMT Becoming a Fringe Party in Taiwan?

By Liam Joel Han
After an election-day rout, the KMT seems to be moving farther away from public opinion.

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