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Hong Kong Protests: The View From Taiwan
June 12, 2019

Hong Kong Protests: The View From Taiwan

By James X. Morris
Hong Kong’s massive protests could be a bellwether for Taiwan’s 2020 presidential election.

A Visual Dialogue of the 2014 Sunflower Movement, 5 Years Later
April 26, 2019

A Visual Dialogue of the 2014 Sunflower Movement, 5 Years Later

By James X. Morris
An exhibit in Taipei relives the energy and optimism of the Sunflower protests through photography.
Brian Hioe: The Sunflower Movement, 4 Years Later
July 18, 2018

Brian Hioe: The Sunflower Movement, 4 Years Later

By James X. Morris
An interview with New Bloom co-founder and student activist Brian Hioe, 4 years after the Sunflower Movement.

Challenges in Taiwanese Society
May 14, 2018

Challenges in Taiwanese Society

By Shin Kawashima
Transitional Justice and the 31 Preferential Policies

Taiwan's 'Third Force' Makes Its Presence Known in Legislature
February 24, 2016

Taiwan's 'Third Force' Makes Its Presence Known in Legislature

By Linda van der Horst
A newly elected legislator from the New Power Party caused a sensation on Taiwan's social media.

Taiwan's Elections: What to Watch For
January 06, 2016

Taiwan's Elections: What to Watch For

By Shannon Tiezzi
A look at the potential implications a DPP victory could have for Taiwan, mainland China, and the United States.

The Rise of Taiwan’s ‘Third Force’
January 06, 2016

The Rise of Taiwan’s ‘Third Force’

By Linda van der Horst
Taiwan's liberals are poised to win big, thanks in part to a new political dynamic born from the Sunflower Movement.
Historic China Meeting Won’t Ease Taiwan’s Trade Woes
November 22, 2015

Historic China Meeting Won’t Ease Taiwan’s Trade Woes

By Shihoko Goto
Taiwan emerges from the meeting with familiar trade and economic challenges.

Two Myths About Taiwan’s DPP That Need to Be Laid to Rest
August 06, 2015

Two Myths About Taiwan’s DPP That Need to Be Laid to Rest

By J. Michael Cole
The DPP will not ruin cross-strait relations, and it isn't manipulating popular protests from behind the scenes.

Taiwan, the Final Piece of the Rebalance?
June 24, 2015

Taiwan, the Final Piece of the Rebalance?

By Shang-Su Wu
Seemingly in the background of U.S. Asia policy of late, Taiwan retains immense strategic significance.

Hong Kong and Taiwan: Populism or Democracy?
April 16, 2015

Hong Kong and Taiwan: Populism or Democracy?

By Jin Kai
Are recent protests in Hong Kong and Taiwan about democracy or a case of populist fever?
The Rise of Civic Nationalism in Taiwan: A Conversation with J. Michael Cole
April 09, 2015

The Rise of Civic Nationalism in Taiwan: A Conversation with J. Michael Cole

By Ankit Panda
The Diplomat's Ankit Panda and Shannon Tiezzi speak to J. Michael Cole about Taiwanese politics and society.

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