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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 New White Paper Lays out Vision for Post ‘Reunification’ Taiwan
August 11, 2022

China’s New White Paper Lays out Vision for Post ‘Reunification’ Taiwan

By Shannon Tiezzi
For the first time, Beijing leaves open the possibility of an extended military occupation after unification, adding to fears that Taiwanese would be subject to a “re-education” campaign.
Taiwan’s President Condemns California Church Shooting
May 18, 2022

Taiwan’s President Condemns California Church Shooting

By Associated Press
The shooter, who killed one and injured five at a Taiwanese church, was reportedly part of a pro-unification group.

Time to End Ambiguity: Ukrainian Lessons for Taiwan and the U.S.
March 09, 2022

Time to End Ambiguity: Ukrainian Lessons for Taiwan and the U.S.

By Mark S. Cogan and Paul D. Scott
If the West will not defend Ukraine, a country of 40 million people and the breadbasket of Europe, will it defend Taiwan?

Who Wants to See a War Over Taiwan?
November 09, 2021

Who Wants to See a War Over Taiwan?

By Mu Chunshan
China is not about to invade Taiwan, but there are those in China, Taiwan, and the U.S. who benefit from pushing in that direction.

Taiwanese Presidents Will Not and Can Not Unilaterally Change Taiwan’s Status
September 21, 2021

Taiwanese Presidents Will Not and Can Not Unilaterally Change Taiwan’s Status

By Brian Hioe and Lev Nachman
A single leader cannot make Taiwan independent or unify it with the People Republic of China. Even trying either course would be political suicide.

More and More Taiwanese Favor Independence – and Think the US Would Help Fight for It
December 03, 2020

More and More Taiwanese Favor Independence – and Think the US Would Help Fight for It

By Dennis V. Hickey
The latest Taiwan National Security Survey contains both good and bad news for cross-strait stability.
The End of Strategic Ambiguity in the Taiwan Strait
September 13, 2020

The End of Strategic Ambiguity in the Taiwan Strait

By Eric Chan
The collapse of confidence in long-term advantage means the era of strategic ambiguity is over.

Hong Kong National Security Law: The View From Taiwan
July 02, 2020

Hong Kong National Security Law: The View From Taiwan

By T.Y. Wang
China’s new national security legislation for Hong Kong will only harden Taiwan citizens’ determination to resist Beijing’s unification offer.

Where Does China’s ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Stand in 2020?
February 13, 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.

Is This the End of the 1992 Consensus?
January 30, 2020

Is This the End of the 1992 Consensus?

By Zihao Liu
The 1992 Consensus is being challenged by each of the three major forces shaping cross-strait relations: the DPP, the KMT, and Beijing.
Taiwan’s Usually Obscure Party Lists Might Swing Its Legislative Election
December 12, 2019

Taiwan’s Usually Obscure Party Lists Might Swing Its Legislative Election

By Lev Nachman and Brian Hioe
The KMT was riding high in legislative polls -- until a huge misstep with its party lists.

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