Diplomacy Under Different Rules: How an NGO Dictates American Diplomacy in Taiwan
By Rachel Bernstein and Scott Singer
A primer on the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), and how it influences the delicate China-Taiwan-U.S. triangle.
The Taiwan Relations Act at 40
By Tiffany Ma and Jessica Drun
40 years after the U.S. passed a law to govern unofficial ties with Taiwan, the world has shifted dramatically.
Taiwan, US Plan New, 'More Direct' Talks This Fall
By Ralph Jennings
The “Indo-Pacific Democratic Governance Consultations” will see a senior U.S. official travel to Taiwan in September.
The US Opens a New Compound in Taiwan. It’s Business As Usual.
By James X. Morris
Despite some initial concerns, the American Institute in Taiwan's opening came and went without major incident.
The US and the 1992 Consensus
By Eric Huang
Looking at the recent comments by AIT Chairman Raymond Burghardt.