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What if the Kuomintang Had Won the Chinese Civil War?
December 24, 2015
What if the Kuomintang Had Won the Chinese Civil War?
What would China’s history look like if Chiang Kai-shek had ignored George C. Marshall’s request in 1946?
What if the Kuomintang Had Won the Chinese Civil War?
The Strange Case of the KMT’s Hung Hsiu-chu
June 23, 2015
The Strange Case of the KMT’s Hung Hsiu-chu
The KMT is in a process of adjustment before the 2016 elections, but it seems to be moving in the wrong direction.
The Strange Case of the KMT’s Hung Hsiu-chu
The Question That Is Never Asked: What Do the Taiwanese Want?
May 13, 2015
The Question That Is Never Asked: What Do the Taiwanese Want?
When debating Taiwan's fate, consider what the Taiwanese want.
The Question That Is Never Asked: What Do the Taiwanese Want?
Chu-Xi Meeting: Neither Historic Nor Groundbreaking
May 04, 2015
Chu-Xi Meeting: Neither Historic Nor Groundbreaking
Don't hold your breath for a "historic" cross-strait breakthrough.
Chu-Xi Meeting: Neither Historic Nor Groundbreaking
Washington’s Obsolete Taiwan Policy
January 18, 2015
Washington’s Obsolete Taiwan Policy
The approach to Taiwan is strangely at odds with its policy elsewhere in the region.
Washington’s Obsolete Taiwan Policy
Two Myths About KMT’s Defeat in Taiwan’s Local Elections
December 23, 2014
Two Myths About KMT’s Defeat in Taiwan’s Local Elections
The Kuomintang’s recent drubbing had nothing to do with cross-Strait policies or Hong Kong.
Two Myths About KMT’s Defeat in Taiwan’s Local Elections
The Fallout From Taiwan's 2014 Elections
December 11, 2014
The Fallout From Taiwan's 2014 Elections
Alan Romberg discusses Taiwan's 2014 elections and their ramifications for Taiwan and cross-strait relations.
The Fallout From Taiwan's 2014 Elections
KMT’s Drubbing and a Surgeon’s Victory: Not Just Cross-Strait Relations
December 10, 2014
KMT’s Drubbing and a Surgeon’s Victory: Not Just Cross-Strait Relations
A big win in Taipei by an independent candidate owed to more than discontent over China policy.
KMT’s Drubbing and a Surgeon’s Victory: Not Just Cross-Strait Relations
Taiwan: Leaks and Local Elections
September 24, 2014
Taiwan: Leaks and Local Elections
An investigation into a former high-level KMT official is bad news for Taiwan’s ruling party.
Taiwan: Leaks and Local Elections
Taiwan and the Future of the Cross-Strait Services Trade Agreement
March 27, 2014
Taiwan and the Future of the Cross-Strait Services Trade Agreement
The protests over the past week leave Taiwan in an awkward position.
Taiwan and the Future of the Cross-Strait Services Trade Agreement
Remembering Taiwan's White Terror
March 08, 2014
Remembering Taiwan's White Terror
One man recounts his journey through a dark chapter in Taiwan’s history.
Remembering Taiwan's White Terror
Why ‘De-Taiwanize’ Taiwan?
February 05, 2014
Why ‘De-Taiwanize’ Taiwan?
The KMT is running an illogical campaign against Taiwanese identity.
Why ‘De-Taiwanize’ Taiwan?
Taiwan: Another Step Towards Integration?
January 27, 2014
Taiwan: Another Step Towards Integration?
A new concept adopted by the leading opposition party seems likely to strengthen cross-strait integration.
Taiwan: Another Step Towards Integration?
Gambia’s Break with Taiwan
December 02, 2013
Gambia’s Break with Taiwan
The decision by Gambia to cut diplomatic ties with Taiwan speaks volumes about China-Taiwan relations.
Gambia’s Break with Taiwan
Taiwan’s Parliamentary Brawl: Debate Rages over Nuclear Plant
August 05, 2013
Taiwan’s Parliamentary Brawl: Debate Rages over Nuclear Plant
Punches and water flew in Taiwan’s Parliament last Friday as the debate over a nuclear plant grew heated.
Taiwan’s Parliamentary Brawl: Debate Rages over Nuclear Plant
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