Beyond the Battlefield: China’s Quiet Bid to Sway Taiwan’s 2024 Election (and Future)
By Shaoyu Yuan and Jun Xiang
In the psychological sense, China’s “invasion” of Taiwan is well underway.
The Evolution of China’s Interference in Taiwan
By Tim Niven
China’s foreign information manipulation and interference targeting Taiwan has been ongoing for decades. Here’s a look at its latest evolution.
Cross-Strait Relations After the 2022 Midterm Election in Taiwan
By Charles K. S. Wu, Austin Horng-En Wang, Yao-Yuan Yeh, and Fang-Yu Chen
Going forward, this election will have a number of critical implications for Taiwan’s security.
Taiwan ‘Shouts Back’: President Tsai Wins Re-Election Despite China’s Pressure Campaign
By Shannon Tiezzi
Tsai Ing-wen won a landslide victory over her opponent, in a blow to Beijing's hopes.
What Does Taiwan’s Public Think About Election Interference From China?
By Timothy S. Rich, Madelynn Einhorn, Isabel Eliassen, Carolyn Brueggemann, and Alexandrea Pike-Goff
Polling shows Taiwanese interpret China's interference and disinformation campaigns through partisan lens.
Taiwan Probes Alleged Visa Scam as Concerns Mount Over Chinese Election Influence
By Nick Aspinwall
Taipei prosecutors have raided multiple travel agencies for allegedly facilitating the illegal entry of Chinese government officials into Taiwan.
CCP Influence Operations and Taiwan’s 2020 Elections
By Russell Hsiao
Will the Chinese Communist Party’s effort to influence Taiwanese democracy ahead of the upcoming elections succeed?
Will Taiwan Trap Itself Into ‘One China’ Again?
By Lin Fei-fan
In Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je, China might have found a useful wedge to influence Taiwan's domestic politics.