Taiwan Coast Guard Reports Chinese Speed Boat Harassment Near Kinmen
By Ankit Panda
Does Taipei Still Hold Taiwan Is Part of the Republic of China?
By Charlotte Gao
Taiwan's Military Flexes its Muscles
A story in photos: The recent Han Kuang series of exercises was a serious display of Taiwan’s military power.
Taiwan’s Regional Security Profile Grows
Taiwan is silently carving out a role as a possible component with the region’s growing security architecture.
Submarines for Taiwan: A Flight of Fancy
“Taiwan should forge an assassin’s mace that skims the waves—not one that dives beneath them.”
"Taipei must admit defeat in the arms race..."
Why a strategy of “sea-denial” maybe Taiwan’s best bet as China’s military strengthens.
Taiwan and the South China Sea
Taipei also has claims to the disputed area but may be hard pressed if challenged to defend them.
Is Isolated Taiwan Propping Up Dictators?
If Taiwan is trying to burnish its reputation as a democracy, why is it cozying up to some of the world’s worst dictators? asks Cain Nunns.
Taiwan Presses Forward
The Diplomat speaks with Taiwan ambassador to the United States about democracy and international isolation.