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China and Taiwan Leaders Emphasize Kinship, 1992 Consensus in Historic Talks
November 07, 2015
China and Taiwan Leaders Emphasize Kinship, 1992 Consensus in Historic Talks
Much of what Ma Ying-jeou and Xi Jinping said was intended to influence a third party: DPP leader Tsai Ing-wen.
China and Taiwan Leaders Emphasize Kinship, 1992 Consensus in Historic Talks
China’s Hearts-and-Minds Policy in Taiwan
November 20, 2014
China’s Hearts-and-Minds Policy in Taiwan
A low-pressure policy to expand cross-Strait ties may be China’s only choice for unification.
China’s Hearts-and-Minds Policy in Taiwan
From Fujian, China's Xi Offers Economic Olive Branch to Taiwan
November 04, 2014
From Fujian, China's Xi Offers Economic Olive Branch to Taiwan
Visiting Fujian province, Chinese President Xi Jinping emphasized healthy economic ties between Taiwan and the mainland.
From Fujian, China's Xi Offers Economic Olive Branch to Taiwan
Pushing Back Against China’s Economic Takeover of Taiwan
September 30, 2014
Pushing Back Against China’s Economic Takeover of Taiwan
Why the the Trans-Pacific Partnership has a role in maintaining Taiwan’s economic independence.
Pushing Back Against China’s Economic Takeover of Taiwan
Taiwan Is <i>Not</i> Overly Dependent on China
September 19, 2014
Taiwan Is Not Overly Dependent on China
A Taiwan government official responds to a recent Diplomat article.
Taiwan Is Not Overly Dependent on China
Over-Dependence on China Will Doom Taiwan
August 26, 2014
Over-Dependence on China Will Doom Taiwan
Becoming too dependent on China will have disastrous economic and political consequences for Taiwan.
Over-Dependence on China Will Doom Taiwan
Human Rights and Cross-Strait Relations
August 21, 2014
Human Rights and Cross-Strait Relations
Human rights need to be part of the cross-Strait conversation. A consular-type agreement would be a good place to start.
Human Rights and Cross-Strait Relations
Taiwan: Operating in a Confined International Space
August 03, 2014
Taiwan: Operating in a Confined International Space
Building consensus at home will serve Taiwan better than alliances abroad.
Taiwan: Operating in a Confined International Space
Cross-Strait Relations After the Sunflower Movement
July 21, 2014
Cross-Strait Relations After the Sunflower Movement
The Diplomat’s Kelwin Choi sits down with the Stimson Center’s Alan D. Romberg to talk cross-Strait relations.
Cross-Strait Relations After the Sunflower Movement
Was Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement Successful?
July 01, 2014
Was Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement Successful?
Did Taiwan's Sunflower Movement succeed?
Was Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement Successful?
Wake Up, Washington: All's Not Well in Taiwan
May 24, 2014
Wake Up, Washington: All's Not Well in Taiwan
Unless Washington quickly modernizes its views on current realities in the Taiwan Strait, it will be caught unprepared.
Wake Up, Washington: All's Not Well in Taiwan
The Transformation of Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement
May 05, 2014
The Transformation of Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement
Nearly a month after it began, the movement has evolved in some interesting ways.
The Transformation of Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement
The Economics of the Cross-Strait Services Agreement
April 18, 2014
The Economics of the Cross-Strait Services Agreement
There are economic reasons to be concerned about the controversial CSSTA, subject of the recent Sunflower protests.
The Economics of the Cross-Strait Services Agreement
Sunflowers End Occupation of Taiwan’s Legislature
April 11, 2014
Sunflowers End Occupation of Taiwan’s Legislature
J. Michael Cole reports from Taipei for The Diplomat.
Sunflowers End Occupation of Taiwan’s Legislature
Why Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement Will Fail
April 08, 2014
Why Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement Will Fail
The Sunflower Movement might actually speed up unification.
Why Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement Will Fail
Protestors to Leave Taiwan's Legislature on Thursday
April 08, 2014
Protestors to Leave Taiwan's Legislature on Thursday
Concessions from legislative speaker Wang Jin-pyng led protestors to announce an end to their occupation of the LY.
Protestors to Leave Taiwan's Legislature on Thursday
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