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.
China’s Military Exercises Near Taiwan: Signaling and War Scares
By Narantsatsral Enkhbat
Beijing uses military exercises for a wide variety of reasons, from military training purposes to political and strategic ends.
China Holds Large-scale Joint Strike Drills Aimed at Taiwan
By Huizhong Wu
From 6 a.m. Sunday to 6 a.m. Monday morning, China's People's Liberation Army flew 57 warplanes and four ships toward Taiwan.
What the PLA Is Learning From Russia’s Ukraine Invasion
By Ying-Yu Lin
China is watching Russia's military mistakes in Ukraine and will apply those lessons to its battle planning for a conflict in the Taiwan Strait.
Taiwan Strait: What Is at Stake and How to Prevent a Conflict
By Jongsoo Lee
An interview with David Sacks.
Beijing’s Military-Heavy Approach to Taiwan Locks the US and China in a Security Dilemma
By Jo Kim
Beijing’s non-military options for coercing Taiwan are showing dwindling returns, meaning China is increasingly using military signaling to respond to any perceived provocation.