The Taiwan Crisis Could Spill Over Into Southeast Asia
By Huynh Tam Sang
The current intensification of U.S.-China tensions will undoubtedly be felt in the region, placing Southeast Asian governments in a tricky position.
Taiwan Says it is ‘Preparing For War,’ But Are Taiwanese Mentally Ready?
By Liam Gibson
A persistent perception gap between public and policymakers may undermine government efforts to build the island’s resilience.
Dire Straits: Taiwan’s Fragile Status Quo
By Hanns W. Maull
For Taipei, Beijing, and Washington, the standoff is about national identities as much as territory.
What Is the Likelihood of Cross-Strait Conflict?
By Eric D. Rowe
An Interview with Arthur Ding on Taiwan’s military and political readiness.
Tsai's Refusal to Affirm the 1992 Consensus Spells Trouble for Taiwan
By Yeni Wong, Ho-I Wu, and Kent Wang
Unless Tsai makes a U-turn on the Consensus, cross-strait ties could crumble.
China-Taiwan Relations: Toward an Improved Cross-Strait Status Quo
By David J. Firestein
The status quo around the cross-Strait issue is failing the United States, even as it is failing Taiwan and the PRC.
Taiwan Elections: An Opportunity for Japan?
By Chen Yo-Jung
Tsai Ing-wen’s victory was greeted with enthusiasm in Tokyo.
Washington’s Obsolete Taiwan Policy
By Michael A. Turton
The approach to Taiwan is strangely at odds with its policy elsewhere in the region.