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China’s Anger Over Pelosi Visit Will Further Alienate Taiwanese

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

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

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.

China Extends Threatening Military Exercises Around Taiwan

China Extends Threatening Military Exercises Around Taiwan

By Associated Press
Exercises near Taiwan were scheduled to end on August 7, but China’s military has announced new drills for the next week.

From Cambodia, China’s Foreign Minister Seeks Rhetorical Support on Taiwan Crisis

From Cambodia, China’s Foreign Minister Seeks Rhetorical Support on Taiwan Crisis

By Shannon Tiezzi
Wang Yi's meetings in Cambodia, on the sidelines of ASEAN summitry, are being used to drum up support for China's aggressive response to Pelosi's Taiwan visit.
Pelosi’s Taiwan Visit: The Substance and the Aftermath

Pelosi’s Taiwan Visit: The Substance and the Aftermath

By Brian Hioe
The planned trip – and China's potential reaction – has been the headlines for weeks. Now that it's over, where do things stand?

Pelosi Lands in Taiwan; China Announces Fighter Flights, Firing Drills

Pelosi Lands in Taiwan; China Announces Fighter Flights, Firing Drills

By Shannon Tiezzi
The U.S. House speaker’s long-reported trip to Taiwan has begun. In response, China announced upcoming military drills surrounding the island.
Pelosi’s Reported Taiwan Plans Spark High-Stakes Diplomatic Battle

Pelosi’s Reported Taiwan Plans Spark High-Stakes Diplomatic Battle

By Shannon Tiezzi
China's government fears looking weak if the visit happens; the Biden administration fears looking weak if it doesn't.

Are ADIZ Incursions China’s New Response to US Arms Sales to Taiwan?

Are ADIZ Incursions China’s New Response to US Arms Sales to Taiwan?

By Adrian Ang U-Jin
Beijing is reacting to the intensification of U.S. political outreach to Taiwan after Russia’s Ukraine invasion.

Biden’s Taiwan Policy Is the Most Dangerous Issue in China-US Relations

Biden’s Taiwan Policy Is the Most Dangerous Issue in China-US Relations

By Qi Weiqun
President Biden’s repeated promises to defend Taiwan reflect a shift in U.S. strategic thinking that threatens the bottom line of China-U.S. relations.

When the CCP Thought Taiwan Should Be Independent

When the CCP Thought Taiwan Should Be Independent

By Gerrit van der Wees
The Chinese Communist Party’s position on Taiwan is far from consistent. Just look at Chairman Mao’s initial stance.
The Ukraine Invasion: What Lessons Is China Learning?

The Ukraine Invasion: What Lessons Is China Learning?

By Jianli Yang and Yan Yu
Xi Jinping is watching Ukraine with one eye on Taiwan. The West must give him reason to think any invasion would be disastrously costly.

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