China Flies 103 Military Planes Toward Taiwan
By Associated Press
40 of the planes crossed the symbolic median line between mainland China and Taiwan.
Alongside Military Threats, China Promotes Economic ‘Integration’ With Taiwan
By Simina Mistreanu and Huizhong Wu
Beijing unveiled a plan for a “integrated development demonstration zone” in Fujian, the Chinese province closest to Taiwan, even as it steps up military activities in the Taiwan Strait.
Since the Pelosi Visit, China Has Created a New Normal in the Taiwan Strait
By Adrian Ang U-Jin and Olli Pekka Suorsa
Starting with the military exercises of August 2022, there have been notable – and apparently permanent – changes in Beijing's aerial incursions into Taiwan’s ADIZ.
US Policy on Myanmar and Taiwan: Shifting Strategies to Counter China’s Influence
By Zaw Tuseng
Washington needs to recognize that the situation in both places is part of a single, interconnected struggle to contain Chinese influence.
Is Beijing ‘Internationalizing’ Cross-Strait Trade?
By Zhiqun Zhu
China is following WTO procedures to investigate Taiwan’s trade practices. That is unprecedented.
Tsai’s US ‘Stopovers’ and Ma’s Mainland Visit
By Brian Hioe
The recent travels of Taiwan’s president and her predecessor reflect wariness of Beijing's response, and the delicate diplomatic dance across the Taiwan Strait.
As Taiwan’s Tsai Begins Overseas Tour, China Threatens to Retaliate if She Meets US House Speaker
By Associated Press
Taiwan’s president will visit Guatemala and Belize – with stopovers in New York and Los Angeles on her way to and from Central America.
Ma Ying-jeou’s Trip to China Sparks Pushback – From Taiwanese and Chinese Alike
By Hemant Adlakha
Beijing approves of Ma Ying-jeou’s historic 12-day journey into China, but a segment of the Chinese public sees Ma as a “pro-independence” traitor.
The Prospects for a Recalibration of China’s Taiwan Policy
By Hung Tran
With eyes toward Taiwan’s next presidential election in January 2024, China appears poised to adjust its Taiwan policy, especially if the KMT is victorious.
China’s 20th Party Congress Escalates Cross-Strait Tensions
By Mariah Thornton
A new amendment to the CCP constitution demonstrates a significant escalation in the party’s approach to Taiwan.
China and Taiwan: The Geopolitical Crisis Hiding in Plain Sight
By Peter Birgbauer
Can the international community see through the fog of its current crises and adequately prepare for an even bigger crisis further down the road?
Xi’s Work Report to the 20th Party Congress: 5 Takeaways
By Shannon Tiezzi
From COVID-19 and China's economy to Taiwan and the BRI, what did Xi's big speech tell us about China's future policies?