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US Says Taiwan Defense Spending to Rise With China Threat
August 16, 2019

US Says Taiwan Defense Spending to Rise With China Threat

By Associated Press
Washington expects Taipei to continue increasing its defense spending as Chinese security threats grow.

The Tsai Administration, Local Elections and China-Taiwan Relations
June 11, 2018

The Tsai Administration, Local Elections and China-Taiwan Relations

By Yoshiyuki Ogasawara
Upcoming local elections in Taiwan will have regional significance.
Challenges in Taiwanese Society
May 14, 2018

Challenges in Taiwanese Society

By Shin Kawashima
Transitional Justice and the 31 Preferential Policies

Could China Flash Invade Taiwan?
May 02, 2018

Could China Flash Invade Taiwan?

By Ian Easton
A look at what would be the ultimate nightmare scenario for Taiwan.

US Grants Licenses to Help Taiwan Build Fleet of Attack Subs
April 11, 2018

US Grants Licenses to Help Taiwan Build Fleet of Attack Subs

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The U.S. Department of State has approved U.S. defense contractors to sell licenses for submarine technology to Taiwan.

After the 19th Party Congress, Tsai Ing-wen Calls For Breakthrough With China
October 27, 2017

After the 19th Party Congress, Tsai Ing-wen Calls For Breakthrough With China

By Charlotte Gao
China’s Taiwan Affairs Office says the “one China principle” is the political basis for ties.

Taiwan Calls for New Cross-Strait Relations After Xi’s Strong Speech
October 19, 2017

Taiwan Calls for New Cross-Strait Relations After Xi’s Strong Speech

By Charlotte Gao
China's president pressed Taiwan’s government to recognize the “1992 Consensus” at the 19th Party Congress.
China Taps Former UN Ambassador as Deputy Head of Taiwan Affairs Office
October 12, 2017

China Taps Former UN Ambassador as Deputy Head of Taiwan Affairs Office

By Charlotte Gao
Liu Jieyi takes his new position as a deputy in the Taiwan Affairs Office ahead of the 19th Party Congress.

Calm Down About Taiwan’s New Premier
September 08, 2017

Calm Down About Taiwan’s New Premier

By Michael A. Turton
If a tree falls in a Taiwanese forest, cross-Strait relations are tense.

Does Taipei Still Hold Taiwan Is Part of the Republic of China?
July 13, 2017

Does Taipei Still Hold Taiwan Is Part of the Republic of China?

By Charlotte Gao
Taiwan’s foreign ministry deletes a webpage claiming Taiwan as part of the Republic of China.

Taiwan to Build Own Attack Submarines Within Next 10 Years
March 23, 2017

Taiwan to Build Own Attack Submarines Within Next 10 Years

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Taiwan is moving ahead with plans to field a new fleet of domestically-built submarines within ten years.
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