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Why Is Taiwan’s KMT Returning to Washington?
February 08, 2022

Why Is Taiwan’s KMT Returning to Washington?

By Hiro Fu
Can the KMT bring substance to match the symbolism of its resurrected office in the U.S. capital?

Where Does the KMT Go From Here?
September 27, 2021

Where Does the KMT Go From Here?

By Brian Hioe
The results of the chair election set the future trajectory for the party – and for Taiwan’s democracy.
Eric Chu Wins KMT Chair Election
September 27, 2021

Eric Chu Wins KMT Chair Election

By Brian Hioe
KMT stalwart Chu won handily in the end, but the challenge posed by deep-Blue candidate Chang Ya-chung is notable.

Pay Attention to the KMT’s Chair Election
September 15, 2021

Pay Attention to the KMT’s Chair Election

By David G. Brown
The coming election may set the future course for the KMT, currently Taiwan’s main opposition party.

The World Can Benefit From Taiwan’s WHO Participation
February 11, 2020

The World Can Benefit From Taiwan’s WHO Participation

By Eric Li-Luan Chu
With Taiwan absent from the WHO, the health of the Taiwanese people and the world is at greater risk.

Taiwan’s KMT Will Choose Its Candidate to Challenge a Resurgent President Tsai
July 12, 2019

Taiwan’s KMT Will Choose Its Candidate to Challenge a Resurgent President Tsai

By Nick Aspinwall
KMT contenders struggle to pull away from each other as political momentum shifts back to the ruling DPP.

Han Kuo-Yu: Taiwan’s Populist President?
April 27, 2019

Han Kuo-Yu: Taiwan’s Populist President?

By Jeffery C. J. Chen
Han is wildly popular, but his policy positions -- or lack thereof -- should be cause for concern, given Taiwan's delicate situation.
Taiwan Is Swept by the ‘Han Wave’
March 15, 2019

Taiwan Is Swept by the ‘Han Wave’

By Nick Aspinwall
The populist mayor of Kaohsiung is a cultural phenomenon who looks set to make his presence known in Taiwan’s presidential race.

KMT’s Cross-Strait Peace Treaty Idea Sparks Controversy in Taiwan
March 06, 2019

KMT’s Cross-Strait Peace Treaty Idea Sparks Controversy in Taiwan

By Nick Aspinwall
KMT chairman Wu Den-yih’s idea of a cross-strait peace agreement did not go over well.

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?

Taiwan's Elections: What You Need to Know
January 16, 2016

Taiwan's Elections: What You Need to Know

By Shannon Tiezzi
Taiwan heads to the polls on Saturday. Here's a rundown of who's running, what's at stake, and the latest predictions.
On the Campaign Trail in Taiwan
January 13, 2016

On the Campaign Trail in Taiwan

By Alice Ekman
A first-hand look at Taiwan's political campaigning ahead of the 2016 elections.

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