Where Is India on the One China Policy?
By Jeff M. Smith
Relations between New Delhi and Taipei have been growing closer.
Making Sense of Donald Trump's Early Asia Moves: Taiwan, China, Pakistan, and the Philippines
By Ankit Panda
What can be said about the incoming U.S. president's plans for Asia based on three important phone calls?
After the Call: Does Taiwan Have a Plan for the Trump Years?
By Ankit Panda
What is Taiwan looking for from Donald Trump?
Taiwan's Former President Ma Has Overseas Travel Plans Scuttled
By Katherine Wei
Former Taiwanese presidents are unable to travel freely outside of the country within 3 years of leaving office.
The Evolution of Taiwanese Identity
By Linda van der Horst
As Taiwanese identity becomes more prominent, people seek out their connections to indigenous tribes.
Ma Ying-jeou's Legendary (Trade) Millions
By Michael A. Turton
"Since Ma took office in 2008, the rate of growth in Taiwan's trade with China has shriveled."
What a Tsai Presidency Means for Cross-Strait Relations
By Emily de La Bruyere
Washington needs to publicly show its support for the incoming Tsai Ing-wen administration.
Tsai Ing-wen’s Limited Options on Cross-Strait Relations
By Zhimin Lin and Jianwei Wang
Domestic, economic, and geopolitical realities will hamper Tsai's ability to craft cross-strait policy.
South China Sea Homework for Taiwan’s President-Elect
By Chung Chieh
Tsai will need to have a strategy for handling Taiwan's sovereignty claims in the South China Sea.
Taiwan's Transition is a Strategic Opportunity for the United States
By Ian Easton
The inauguration of Taiwan's new president is an opportunity, not a crisis.
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.
Taiwan-Japan Fishing Dispute Heats Up
By Shannon Tiezzi
Taiwan sends Coast Guard and military vessels to enforce its right to fish in what Japan claims as its EEZ.