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Taiwan Calls for New Cross-Strait Relations After Xi’s Strong Speech
October 19, 2017

Taiwan Calls for New Cross-Strait Relations After Xi’s Strong Speech

By Charlotte Gao
China's president pressed Taiwan’s government to recognize the “1992 Consensus” at the 19th Party Congress.

Why Trump Must Approve Taiwan Arms Sales Now
June 28, 2017

Why Trump Must Approve Taiwan Arms Sales Now

By David G. Brown
Any further delay risks undermining critical U.S. interests in Asia.
The Taipei-Beijing 'Diplomatic Truce' Crumbles: What Next for Taiwan?
June 21, 2017

The Taipei-Beijing 'Diplomatic Truce' Crumbles: What Next for Taiwan?

By Ankit Panda
With Panama deciding to recognize the government in Beijing, Taiwan's list of diplomatic allies continues to shrink.

Why Taiwan's Gay Marriage Ruling Matters
June 01, 2017

Why Taiwan's Gay Marriage Ruling Matters

By Trevor Sutton and Brian Harding
The recent ruling is a testament to Taiwan's robust democracy.

After the Call: Does Taiwan Have a Plan for the Trump Years?
December 05, 2016

After the Call: Does Taiwan Have a Plan for the Trump Years?

By Ankit Panda
What is Taiwan looking for from Donald Trump?

Donald Trump Just Complicated US-Taiwan Relations, Big Time
December 03, 2016

Donald Trump Just Complicated US-Taiwan Relations, Big Time

By Ankit Panda
Donald Trump's phone call to Tsai Ing-wen sets up a possible diplomatic crisis with China.

Tsai Ing-wen’s Cross-Strait Policies: Vague By Design?
June 06, 2016

Tsai Ing-wen’s Cross-Strait Policies: Vague By Design?

By Katherine Wei
Taiwan's new president is vague on cross-strait ties, but that might be by design.
Without Clarity on 1992 Consensus, Tsai and DPP Will Face Challenges Ahead
May 25, 2016

Without Clarity on 1992 Consensus, Tsai and DPP Will Face Challenges Ahead

By Dingding Chen
Without the stability of the "1992 consensus," Taiwan could be in big trouble

Is the KMT Becoming a Fringe Party in Taiwan?
May 09, 2016

Is the KMT Becoming a Fringe Party in Taiwan?

By Liam Joel Han
After an election-day rout, the KMT seems to be moving farther away from public opinion.

Is the Death Penalty the DPP’s Greatest Challenge?
April 01, 2016

Is the Death Penalty the DPP’s Greatest Challenge?

By Pei-Yu Wei
The death penalty in Taiwan is one of the few areas where the DPP's position is at odds with public sentiment.

KMT's Ousted Presidential Candidate Returns as Party Chair
March 29, 2016

KMT's Ousted Presidential Candidate Returns as Party Chair

By Shannon Tiezzi
Hung Hsiu-chu is back -- now can she rebuild a fractured and damaged party?
The 228 Incident and Taiwan's Transitional Justice
March 02, 2016

The 228 Incident and Taiwan's Transitional Justice

By Linda van der Horst
What does Tsai Ing-wen's election mean for truth and accountability for Taiwan's dark past?

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