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BioNTech Says Taiwan Will Receive Vaccines After Concerns China Impeded Deal
February 20, 2021

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.
Clubhouse Gave Taiwan and China a Rare Opportunity for Cross-Strait Dialogue
February 13, 2021

Clubhouse Gave Taiwan and China a Rare Opportunity for Cross-Strait Dialogue

By Nick Aspinwall
The voice chat app’s brief moment in the sun revealed the stark difference in how Chinese and Taiwanese users experience the internet.

US Cancels Ambassador’s Controversial Trip to Taiwan
January 13, 2021

US Cancels Ambassador’s Controversial Trip to Taiwan

By Associated Press
Kelly Craft, the American ambassador to the U.N., would have been the third high-level U.S. official to visit Taiwan in recent months.

Taiwan, Chips, and Geopolitics: Part 1
December 10, 2020

Taiwan, Chips, and Geopolitics: Part 1

By John Lee
Taiwan’s TSMC is a critical part of the global semiconductor supply chain. What does that mean for the U.S. and China’s Taiwan policies?

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.
Has Taiwan Always Been Part of China?
December 01, 2020

Has Taiwan Always Been Part of China?

By Gerrit van der Wees
The historical relationship is more complicated than Beijing would like to admit.

China’s Military Incursions Around Taiwan Aren’t a Sign of Imminent Attack
October 22, 2020

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.
Taiwan’s KMT May Have a Serious ‘1992 Consensus’ Problem
September 25, 2020

Taiwan’s KMT May Have a Serious ‘1992 Consensus’ Problem

By Derek Grossman and Brandon Alexander Millan
Clinging to the consensus has won the party little respect from Beijing, while putting it out of step with the majority of Taiwanese opinion.

Taiwan’s KMT Skips Key Cross-Strait Forum Over Comment by Chinese Talk Show Host
September 21, 2020

Taiwan’s KMT Skips Key Cross-Strait Forum Over Comment by Chinese Talk Show Host

By Nick Aspinwall
The Beijing-friendly opposition party said it would sit out the forum, overshadowing the annual event.

Can the KMT Reform – and Remain Relevant?
September 11, 2020

Can the KMT Reform – and Remain Relevant?

By David G. Brown
A new leader has brought new ideas, including on the sensitive question of cross-strait relations, but the old guard remains entrenched.

What Do Taiwan’s People Think About Their Relationship to China?
May 29, 2020

What Do Taiwan’s People Think About Their Relationship to China?

By Fang-Yu Chen, Austin Wang, Charles K.S. Wu, and Yao-Yuan Yeh
A new survey delves more deeply into Taiwanese public opinion toward the ROC, China, and the nation’s future.
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen Begins Her Second Term
May 21, 2020

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen Begins Her Second Term

By Nick Aspinwall
Tsai thanked the Taiwanese people for their unity and resilience in containing the COVID-19 outbreak and offered to engage in dialogue with Beijing.

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