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The ‘New Normal’ in PLA Incursions Into Taiwan’s ADIZ
September 27, 2022

The ‘New Normal’ in PLA Incursions Into Taiwan’s ADIZ

By Adrian Ang U-Jin and Olli Pekka Suorsa
Since the Pelosi visit, China’s military has made record incursions past the median line in the Taiwan Strait.

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines’ Diplomatic Efforts During the Latest Taiwan Strait Flare-up
September 10, 2022

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines’ Diplomatic Efforts During the Latest Taiwan Strait Flare-up

By Nand C. Bardouille
The prime minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines visited Taiwan even while China’s military drills surrounding the island were ongoing. Here’s why.
There Is No ‘New Normal’ in the Taiwan Strait – Yet
August 30, 2022

There Is No ‘New Normal’ in the Taiwan Strait – Yet

By Gerrit van der Wees
While Beijing is certainly trying hard to push in the direction of a “new normal,” Taiwan and the United States are pushing back against that notion.

How Pelosi’s Visit to Taiwan Drove Chinese Public Opinion Toward Reunification by Force
August 19, 2022

How Pelosi’s Visit to Taiwan Drove Chinese Public Opinion Toward Reunification by Force

By Leo Chu
Since Pelosi’s visit, the future of the cross-strait issue has surged toward military conflict, as the Chinese public started to dismiss the possibility of peaceful reunification.

China’s Anger Over Pelosi Visit Will Further Alienate Taiwanese
August 18, 2022

China’s Anger Over Pelosi Visit Will Further Alienate Taiwanese

By Koji Kagotani and Wen-Chin Wu
China’s warnings against the U.S. House Speaker’s trip will induce political backlash in Taiwan, and increase support for hard-line policies against Beijing.

Potential Logistical and Operational Costs of a China-Taiwan Conflict
August 17, 2022

Potential Logistical and Operational Costs of a China-Taiwan Conflict

By Sara Hsu
Half of the global container fleet passed through the Taiwan Strait this year, making it a critical waterway for global supply chains.

Crossing the Line: The Makings of the 4th Taiwan Strait Crisis?
August 17, 2022

Crossing the Line: The Makings of the 4th Taiwan Strait Crisis?

By Olli Pekka Suorsa and Adrian Ang U-Jin
The PLA response to Pelosi’s Taiwan visit represents the riskiest and most intense challenge to the median line to date.
Following China’s Military Drills, Taiwan Settles Into New Normal
August 16, 2022

Following China’s Military Drills, Taiwan Settles Into New Normal

By Brian Hioe
China's live-fire drills did not spark much fear in Taiwan, where frequent Chinese military activities have long become a reality.

Which Asian Countries Support China in the Taiwan Strait Crisis – and Which Don’t?
August 13, 2022

Which Asian Countries Support China in the Taiwan Strait Crisis – and Which Don’t?

By Shannon Tiezzi
An analysis of foreign ministry statements from across the Asia-Pacific region reveals which countries are hewing close to China's line, which lean toward the U.S., and which are staying neutral.

How Things Could Have Gone Wrong – and Still Can – in the Taiwan Strait
August 12, 2022

How Things Could Have Gone Wrong – and Still Can – in the Taiwan Strait

By Todd Hall
China’s military drills are over, but the risk of escalation remains.

Beijing’s Strategic Dilemma on Cross-Strait Relations
August 11, 2022

Beijing’s Strategic Dilemma on Cross-Strait Relations

By Zhenze Huang
China has been forced into a reactive position when it comes to cross-strait relations, largely thanks to its inflexibility.
Japan’s Evolving Approach to the Taiwan Strait
August 10, 2022

Japan’s Evolving Approach to the Taiwan Strait

By Rena Sasaki
Comparing the current crisis to the Third Taiwan Strait Crisis from 1995-96, Japan’s attitude toward China, the U.S., and other like-minded countries has changed significantly.

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