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China Ponders Russia’s Logistical Challenges in the Ukraine War

China Ponders Russia’s Logistical Challenges in the Ukraine War

By Lyle Goldstein and Nathan Waechter
China is paying close attention to how Russia's logistical failures hampered its invasion of Ukraine – particularly as China will face an even steeper logistical challenge should it attack Taiwan.
What Is Russia Teaching China in Military Drills?

What Is Russia Teaching China in Military Drills?

By Ying Yu Lin
The lesson China is most eager to learn from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: how to thwart U.S. reconnaissance. 

Preventing a Humanitarian Catastrophe in Taiwan

Preventing a Humanitarian Catastrophe in Taiwan

By Eric James
A cross-strait conflict would involve tremendous human suffering – and major difficulties in providing humanitarian aid.

Taiwan’s Will to Fight May Be Stronger Than You Think

Taiwan’s Will to Fight May Be Stronger Than You Think

By Timothy R. Heath
Should China mount an invasion, Taiwan's political leadership and degree of social cohesion will be the most important factors in its defense.

China Considers Counter­measures to US HIMARS Missile System

China Considers Counter­measures to US HIMARS Missile System

By Lyle Goldstein and Nathan Waechter
U.S. strategists have long hypothesized that the weapon could play a major role in a war with China. Now Beijing is watching how it is being used by Ukraine's military.
Why Taiwan Should Be Included in the US Nuclear Umbrella

Why Taiwan Should Be Included in the US Nuclear Umbrella

By Yi-Lan Fang and Lin Tzu-Yao
While providing Taiwan with nuclear weapons may not be practical, including Taiwan under the U.S. nuclear umbrella is a feasible alternative.

What Drives the Taiwanese Fighting in Ukraine?

What Drives the Taiwanese Fighting in Ukraine?

By James Baron
Many Taiwanese feel a sense of kinship with Ukraine as it battles an invading neighbor. But only a few have made the heavy choice to travel to Ukraine and take up arms.
Taiwan Says War With China Can and Should Be Avoided

Taiwan Says War With China Can and Should Be Avoided

By Kevin Cheng
Taiwanese officials largely downplay the risk of an imminent invasion from Beijing, but they are also making preparations for the worst-case scenario.

Building a US Special Forces ‘Stealth Network’ on Taiwan 

Building a US Special Forces ‘Stealth Network’ on Taiwan 

By A. B. Abrams
The U.S. is making preparations for Ukraine-style military operations on Taiwan.

In the Face of War, the Dangers of Pro-China Rhetoric in Taiwan

In the Face of War, the Dangers of Pro-China Rhetoric in Taiwan

By Fang-Yu Chen, Wen Liu, and Brian Hioe
A subset of pro-China intellectuals and political elites in Taiwan are trying to convince the public that bolstering self-defense is somehow recklessly provocative.

China’s Military Exercises Near Taiwan: Signaling and War Scares

China’s Military Exercises Near Taiwan: Signaling and War Scares

By Narantsatsral Enkhbat
Beijing uses military exercises for a wide variety of reasons, from military training purposes to political and strategic ends.
South Korea Will Stay Out of a Taiwan Strait War

South Korea Will Stay Out of a Taiwan Strait War

By Denny Roy
There is good reason to think South Korea would limit its support to actions near the low end of the spectrum.

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