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The TAIPEI Act Is an Act of Wishful Thinking
November 13, 2019

The TAIPEI Act Is an Act of Wishful Thinking

By Jansen Tham
The Act is unlikely to achieve its stated goal of expanding Taiwan's diplomatic space.

Taiwan Rebukes Beijing’s New 26 Measures for Cross-Strait Exchanges
November 09, 2019

Taiwan Rebukes Beijing’s New 26 Measures for Cross-Strait Exchanges

By Nick Aspinwall
Taiwan’s ruling DPP rejected China’s offer of incentives to Taiwanese nationals, while the opposition KMT welcomed the move.
Taiwan Loses Another Diplomatic Ally: Onward Without the Solomon Islands?
September 18, 2019

Taiwan Loses Another Diplomatic Ally: Onward Without the Solomon Islands?

By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
Is China’s campaign of isolation against Taiwan working?

Taiwan Slams China’s Decision to Freeze Individual Travel to Taiwan
August 03, 2019

Taiwan Slams China’s Decision to Freeze Individual Travel to Taiwan

By Nick Aspinwall
Beijing’s terse announcement comes ahead of the Taiwanese presidential election and amid Taipei's support for Hong Kong protesters.

Why the Hong Kong Protests Don’t Guarantee a Tsai Victory in Taiwan
July 25, 2019

Why the Hong Kong Protests Don’t Guarantee a Tsai Victory in Taiwan

By Lev Nachman and Brian Hioe
The challenges facing Tsai remain the same, with or without the Hong Kong protests.

Taiwan President to Stop in Denver as US-Taiwan Ties Strengthen
July 19, 2019

Taiwan President to Stop in Denver as US-Taiwan Ties Strengthen

By Nick Aspinwall
Tsai’s 2-day stopovers in New York and Denver have drawn significant attention as Taiwan seeks to leverage its bond with the US.

Taiwan’s KMT Will Choose Its Candidate to Challenge a Resurgent President Tsai
July 12, 2019

Taiwan’s KMT Will Choose Its Candidate to Challenge a Resurgent President Tsai

By Nick Aspinwall
KMT contenders struggle to pull away from each other as political momentum shifts back to the ruling DPP.
Why the US May Lose Taiwan to Beijing Economically
June 14, 2019

Why the US May Lose Taiwan to Beijing Economically

By Charles I-hsin Chen
Washington needs to give economic ties as much focus as security ties, lest Taiwan fall irrevocably into Beijing’s orbit.

In Taiwan, the Tiananmen Tragedy Has a Special Resonance
June 08, 2019

In Taiwan, the Tiananmen Tragedy Has a Special Resonance

By John Liu
For Taiwan, June 4, 1989 recalls both their own oppressed past and the resistance against China’s ongoing oppression.

Despite China’s Tough Talk, US Should Move Forward With Taiwan
June 06, 2019

Despite China’s Tough Talk, US Should Move Forward With Taiwan

By Alan Hao Yang and Jeremy Huai-Che Chiang
China's belligerent rhetoric toward Taiwan is all the more reason for Washington and Taipei to stick together.

China’s US Travel Alert: Weaponizing Tourism Amid the Trade War?
June 05, 2019

China’s US Travel Alert: Weaponizing Tourism Amid the Trade War?

By Ankit Panda
So far, the indicators that China is weaponizing tourism to the United States remain limited.
Why Did Beijing Suppress Wang Yang’s Remarks on Taiwan?
May 30, 2019

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.

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