How the Baltics Can Help Boost Civil Defense in Taiwan
By Daniel Fu
As Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia move to deepen relations with Taiwan, they also have a lot to offer in terms of civil defense cooperation.
German, Lithuanian Lawmakers Show Support With Taiwan Visit
By Huizhong Wu
The Lithuanian delegation in particular drew parallels between the threat they face from Russia and the threat Taiwan faces from China.
Taiwan’s Diplomatic Offensive in Eastern Europe
By Gregory Coutaz
Growing disillusionment with China has created new opportunities for Taiwan in Central and Eastern Europe.
China Is Targeting Lithuania. The EU Must Push Back.
By Chien-Huei Wu and Nai-Yu Chen
Europe must resist Chinese economic coercion with one voice.
Slovakia’s Growing Ties With Taiwan Signal Discontent With China in Central and Eastern Europe
By Marshall Reid
On its own, a Slovak delegation’s recent trip to Taipei might not spark alarm in Beijing. But it’s part of a larger trend of disillusionment in the CEE region.
What’s Behind Lithuania’s Outreach to Taiwan?
By Brian Hioe
After Taiwan announced plans to open a new representative office in Lithuania, China responded by ordering Lithuania to withdraw its ambassador to Beijing.
Lithuania’s Outreach to Taiwan Is Another Blow to China’s Europe Diplomacy
By Shannon Tiezzi
The Baltics, in particular, are more and more skeptical of engagement with Beijing – and sympathetic to Taiwan’s cause.