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BioNTech Says Taiwan Will Receive Vaccines After Concerns China Impeded Deal

BioNTech Says Taiwan Will Receive Vaccines After Concerns China Impeded Deal

By Nick Aspinwall
The German manufacturer vowed to provide vaccines to Taiwan after worries that the Chinese government had tried to block a deal for 5 million doses.
Will Taiwan Be the Next Cuba?

Will Taiwan Be the Next Cuba?

By William Bratton
China could follow the U.S. approach to Cuba and try to suffocate Taiwan economically.

US Brushes Off Chinese Threat That Taiwan Independence ‘Means War’

US Brushes Off Chinese Threat That Taiwan Independence ‘Means War’

By Nick Aspinwall
There was unfounded speculation that Joe Biden would neglect Taiwan’s defense needs, but the first week of his relationship with Taipei has shown good signs.

Would China Invade Taiwan for TSMC?

Would China Invade Taiwan for TSMC?

By John Lee
The second piece of a two-part analysis focusing on semiconductors and cross-strait geopolitics.

China’s Military Incursions Around Taiwan Aren’t a Sign of Imminent Attack

China’s Military Incursions Around Taiwan Aren’t a Sign of Imminent Attack

By Kharis Templeman
Instead, China’s military bravado represents the end state of a failed strategy.
Chinese Jets Intrude Taiwan Air Defense Zone for Second Day

Chinese Jets Intrude Taiwan Air Defense Zone for Second Day

By Steven Stashwick
Taiwan issued warnings and condemned the flights as it conducted its own military drills.

Trouble on China’s Periphery: The Stability-Instability Paradox

Trouble on China’s Periphery: The Stability-Instability Paradox

By David Skidmore
Today's Chinese nationalism is built on CCP loyalty and Han culture and identity – and thus leaves out a large number of China’s people.
Did COVID-19 Really Give China a Strategic Advantage?

Did COVID-19 Really Give China a Strategic Advantage?

By Denny Roy
For China, the pandemic was more burden than opportunity. 

COVID-19 Brings Cross-Strait Relations to a Crossroads

COVID-19 Brings Cross-Strait Relations to a Crossroads

By Chieh-chi Hsieh
Even more than Tsai’s landslide re-election, the outbreak spells major trouble for the CCP’s unification agenda.

Czech Companies the Latest Target of Chinese Retaliation for Taiwan Ties

Czech Companies the Latest Target of Chinese Retaliation for Taiwan Ties

By Nick Aspinwall
The Chinese government threatened Czech companies over a planned Taiwan visit by a top Czech official. It’s part of a global strategy to pressure entities that engage with Taiwan.

Where Does China’s ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Stand in 2020?

Where Does China’s ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Stand in 2020?

By Derek Grossman
The framework for governing Hong Kong and Macau – and, Beijing hopes, one day Taiwan – is battered but unbroken.
The Coronavirus Outbreak Presents an Opportunity for Cross-Strait Rapprochement

The Coronavirus Outbreak Presents an Opportunity for Cross-Strait Rapprochement

By Jo Kim
Taipei and Beijing could both extend olive branches in the name of a public health emergency that would otherwise be politically infeasible.

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