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
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?
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?
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
By Lev Nachman and Brian Hioe
The KMT was riding high in legislative polls -- until a huge misstep with its party lists.
Why Did Beijing Suppress Wang Yang’s Remarks on Taiwan?
By Dave Brown
The Politburo Standing Committee member spoke candidly at a cross-strait media summit – apparently too candidly.
What China’s Greater Bay Area Plan Means for Taiwan
By Tao Peng
China’s plan for Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao integration demonstrates the “One Country, Two Systems” model for Taiwan.
Is This the End of the ‘1992 Consensus’?
By Gary Sands
Tsai Ing-wen is promoting her alternative 'Taiwan consensus,' but the KMT remains committed to the 1992 consensus.
How President Xi Jinping Is Misreading Taiwan
By Gerrit van der Wees
Xi's January 2 remarks betrayed three fundamental misunderstandings of the Taiwan situation.
6 Km From China, Taiwan's Kinmen Charts Its Own Path
By Nick Aspinwall
As Taiwan pushes to distance itself from China, Kinmen Island wants to build a bridge to Xiamen and “become a peninsula.”
China Puts the Squeeze on Taiwan
By Shannon Tiezzi
The loss of yet another diplomatic ally -- Burkina Faso -- is just the tip of the iceberg.
Would China Be a Benign Hegemon?
By Kyle Haynes
Of course China wants hegemony in its backyard. The better question is what Beijing will do afterwards.