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Once Again, KMT Scores Big in Taiwan’s Local Elections
November 28, 2022

Once Again, KMT Scores Big in Taiwan’s Local Elections

By Brian Hioe
In many ways, the election results maintained the status quo of pan-Blue dominance over local politics, rather than a dramatic return to form for the KMT.

Previewing Taiwan’s 2022 Midterm Elections
July 25, 2022

Previewing Taiwan’s 2022 Midterm Elections

By Brian Hioe and Lev Nachman
The November 26 midterm races are the DPP’s to lose.
Accounting Act Changes Spark Brawl in Taiwan’s Legislature
June 02, 2022

Accounting Act Changes Spark Brawl in Taiwan’s Legislature

By Brian Hioe
Changes to Article 99-1 of the Accounting Act proposed by the DPP may clear former President Chen Shui-bian of corruption charges.

The KMT’s Defense Policy: Toward a Symmetric Posture
April 01, 2022

The KMT’s Defense Policy: Toward a Symmetric Posture

By Dee Wu
Taiwan's opposition party has adopted a very different posture on defense issues than the ruling DPP.

KMT Pushes for Formal US-Taiwan Ties in Course Change for Beijing-Friendly Party
October 09, 2020

KMT Pushes for Formal US-Taiwan Ties in Course Change for Beijing-Friendly Party

By Nick Aspinwall
Two recently passed resolutions hint at a strategic shift within the KMT, but could also be aimed at fracturing the ruling DPP’s careful approach toward relations with the U.S.

Is the ‘1992 Consensus‘ Fading Away in the Taiwan Strait?
June 02, 2020

Is the ‘1992 Consensus‘ Fading Away in the Taiwan Strait?

By Derek Grossman
Beijing and Taipei‘s nebulous common understanding is not what it used to be.

Taiwan’s KMT Elects New Chair. Will It Reconsider Its Stance on Ties With China?
March 13, 2020

Taiwan’s KMT Elects New Chair. Will It Reconsider Its Stance on Ties With China?

By Nick Aspinwall
Johnny Chiang swept the KMT chairperson vote, ushering in an apparent next-generation KMT.
Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy and the Looming Election
October 25, 2019

Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy and the Looming Election

By Jeremy Huai-Che Chiang
With the election looming large on the horizon, Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy is obviously at a decisive juncture.

When a China Propaganda Campaign Infiltrated the United States
June 25, 2019

When a China Propaganda Campaign Infiltrated the United States

By Robert Farley
The case of a pro-Nationalist propaganda network in the United States in the 1930s reinforces the fact that foreign interference in U.S. politics is far from new.

Reconceiving Taiwan as a Pacific Island Country
August 02, 2018

Reconceiving Taiwan as a Pacific Island Country

By Janice Feng
The claim “Taiwan has always been Chinese” is simply untrue and anachronistic.

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.
'One China,' 5 Interpretations
July 27, 2016

'One China,' 5 Interpretations

By JM Norton
The various ways different stakeholders in Beijing, Taipei, and Washington interpret "one China."

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