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Can the KMT Reform – and Remain Relevant?
September 11, 2020

Can the KMT Reform – and Remain Relevant?

By David G. Brown
A new leader has brought new ideas, including on the sensitive question of cross-strait relations, but the old guard remains entrenched.

Taiwan Legislature Moves to Explore Renaming China Airlines, Emphasizing ‘Taiwan’ on Passports
July 24, 2020

Taiwan Legislature Moves to Explore Renaming China Airlines, Emphasizing ‘Taiwan’ on Passports

By Nick Aspinwall
The resolutions, passed Wednesday, do not mandate the changes but could lead to the renaming of Taiwan’s flag carrier and a redesign of its passports.
What Do Taiwan’s People Think About Their Relationship to China?
May 29, 2020

What Do Taiwan’s People Think About Their Relationship to China?

By Fang-Yu Chen, Austin Wang, Charles K.S. Wu, and Yao-Yuan Yeh
A new survey delves more deeply into Taiwanese public opinion toward the ROC, China, and the nation’s future.

Taiwan and the WHO: People Power Will Prevail
May 13, 2020

Taiwan and the WHO: People Power Will Prevail

By Johnny Chiang
The KMT’s chairman makes the case for Taiwan’s inclusion in the World Health Organization.

No, Taiwan’s President Isn’t ‘Pro-Independence’
April 23, 2020

No, Taiwan’s President Isn’t ‘Pro-Independence’

By Lev Nachman and Brian Hioe
Calling Tsai Ing-wen “pro-independence” isn’t just lazy; it’s wrong.

Star Wars: How Taiwan’s Celebrities Became Pawns in the Cross-Strait Struggle
December 26, 2019

Star Wars: How Taiwan’s Celebrities Became Pawns in the Cross-Strait Struggle

By Jo Kim
The Chinese public’s witch-hunt for “pro-independence” Taiwanese stars dims the prospects of peaceful unification with Taiwan.

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.
Do the Taiwan Independence Movement’s Symbolic Victories Hide a Lack of Practical Hope?
October 27, 2017

Do the Taiwan Independence Movement’s Symbolic Victories Hide a Lack of Practical Hope?

By Shang-su Wu
A time zone and passport stickers reflect the inability of the independence movement to gain real political victories.

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.

Why Taiwan and China Agree on South China Sea Sovereignty
March 29, 2016

Why Taiwan and China Agree on South China Sea Sovereignty

By Ryan Mitchell
To understand today’s conflicts, it is essential to look at the region’s colonial history.

Taiwan's Dilemmas and Challenges After the 2016 Election
January 23, 2016

Taiwan's Dilemmas and Challenges After the 2016 Election

By Dingding Chen
Tsai Ing-wen may have won the election, but she faces a range of important challenges ahead.
Examining the Flaws of a South China Sea Code of Conduct
October 20, 2015

Examining the Flaws of a South China Sea Code of Conduct

By Ching Chang
A South China Sea Code of Conduct presents several challenges.

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