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How Should Beijing Engage with the Next Taiwanese Administration?

How Should Beijing Engage with the Next Taiwanese Administration?

By Zhuoran Li
Regardless of who wins Taiwan’s January 13 election, Beijing will have a golden opportunity to initiate talks without preconditions.
Nobody Enjoys Celebrating ‘Taiwan National Day’ 

Nobody Enjoys Celebrating ‘Taiwan National Day’ 

By Hiro Fu
A political row over the title of this year's National Day event has as much to do with the history of Taiwan’s political parties as their approaches to the cross-strait status quo.

Taiwan Strait Tensions Will Stabilize – But Only Temporarily

Taiwan Strait Tensions Will Stabilize – But Only Temporarily

By Denny Roy
Taiwan’s election season will likely stabilize the cross-strait situation, but all bets are off when the new administration comes into office.

Taiwan’s Vice President Plans US Stopover as Presidential Campaign Heats up

Taiwan’s Vice President Plans US Stopover as Presidential Campaign Heats up

By Brian Hioe
William Lai, who is also the DPP's candidate for the 2024 presidential election, is expected to transit through New York and San Francisco in mid-August.

Taiwan’s Energy (In)security: Between Green Ambitions vs. Fossil Fuel Realities

Taiwan’s Energy (In)security: Between Green Ambitions vs. Fossil Fuel Realities

By Vladimira Lickova
The nuclear phase-out is undermining Taiwan’s energy security, but it may be politically difficult for the DPP to change course.
For Taiwan’s DPP, an Unprecedented ‘3-peat’ Depends on a Third Party

For Taiwan’s DPP, an Unprecedented ‘3-peat’ Depends on a Third Party

By Seamus Boyle
Ko Wen-je of the Taiwan People’s Party could play spoiler in the 2024 election – likely to the DPP’s benefit.

Taiwan’s 2024 Election Campaigns See Early Stumbles

Taiwan’s 2024 Election Campaigns See Early Stumbles

By Brian Hioe
KMT candidate Hou Yu-ih faced an unexpectedly difficult start to his campaign, while the DPP courted controversy with some legislative nominations.
How Taiwan’s Growing Economic Woes Will Impact Its 2024 Elections 

How Taiwan’s Growing Economic Woes Will Impact Its 2024 Elections 

By Daniel Fu
Voters' general pessimism regarding the economy is souring views of the DPP as Taiwan gears up for presidential elections in January.

With DPP’s Candidate Pick, Taiwan’s 2024 Presidential Race Begins

With DPP’s Candidate Pick, Taiwan’s 2024 Presidential Race Begins

By Shannon Tiezzi
William Lai is already positioning the race as a referendum on China policy, while the KMT (and Beijing) are trying to emphasize economic issues.

Did Taiwan Call off Another US House Speaker Visit?

Did Taiwan Call off Another US House Speaker Visit?

By Brian Hioe
A scoop from Financial Times says that Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen has instead asked to meet Kevin McCarthy during a stopover visit to California.

The Prospects for a Recalibration of China’s Taiwan Policy

The Prospects for a Recalibration of China’s Taiwan Policy

By Hung Tran
With eyes toward Taiwan’s next presidential election in January 2024, China appears poised to adjust its Taiwan policy, especially if the KMT is victorious. 
Taiwan Politics Outlook: A KMT Resurgence?

Taiwan Politics Outlook: A KMT Resurgence?

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Nathan F. Batto.

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