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A Month After Taiwan’s Election, Cross-Strait Tensions Continue to Simmer

A Month After Taiwan’s Election, Cross-Strait Tensions Continue to Simmer

By Brian Hioe
From sending balloons over Taiwan to forcing a scheduled sports competition to relocate, China has been upping the pressure.

Beneath the DPP’s Victory, the KMT’s Youth Movement Is on the Rise

Beneath the DPP’s Victory, the KMT’s Youth Movement Is on the Rise

By Howard Shen
The KMT has long been a Taiwanese political synonym for gerontocracy, but now its youth movement finally appears to be coming to fruition.
After the Election: Where Will Lai Lead Taiwan?

After the Election: Where Will Lai Lead Taiwan?

By Lev Nachman and Brian Hioe
Taiwanese voters have made their choice. Now it’s up to President-elect Lai Ching-te – and the reactions from Washington and Beijing – to shape the future.

Taiwan’s National Identity Post-Election   

Taiwan’s National Identity Post-Election   

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Dominic Meng-Hsuan Yang.

How Southeast Asia Responded to Taiwan’s Election

How Southeast Asia Responded to Taiwan’s Election

By Bunly Ek
With a couple of exceptions, the region has been cautious, careful to preserve its beneficial economic relationship with both Taipei and Beijing.

The Philippines Is Exercising Growing Agency on the Taiwan Issue

The Philippines Is Exercising Growing Agency on the Taiwan Issue

By Joshua Bernard Espeña
As maritime frictions with China grow, the Marcos administration is becoming more proactive in engaging Taipei.

Security in the Taiwan Strait Remains Uncertain After Lai’s Election

Security in the Taiwan Strait Remains Uncertain After Lai’s Election

By Rex Li
The relative peace in the Taiwan Strait is likely to continue in the next few months and possibly years, but that peace will be punctuated by tensions and crises.
Post-Election, Where Do Taiwan’s Political Parties Stand?

Post-Election, Where Do Taiwan’s Political Parties Stand?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Wei-Ting Yen of Franklin & Marshall College outlines the prospects for the DPP, KMT, and TPP after the 2024 polls.

Watching Taiwan’s Free Elections, Chinese Internet Users Lament One-Party Rule

Watching Taiwan’s Free Elections, Chinese Internet Users Lament One-Party Rule

By Yaqiu Wang
Quickly censored comments reveal a bitter rejection of Beijing’s official line on the Taiwanese balloting.

Assessing Taiwan’s Presidential Election Results

Assessing Taiwan’s Presidential Election Results

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Benjamin Tsai.

Philippine President Congratulates Lai Ching-te on Election as Taiwan’s President

Philippine President Congratulates Lai Ching-te on Election as Taiwan’s President

By Sebastian Strangio
Ferdinand Marcos Jr.'s statement, which is sure to irk Beijing, reflects Manila's recent moves toward greater unofficial engagement with Taipei.
Taiwan’s DPP Wins Presidency, Falls Short in Legislature

Taiwan’s DPP Wins Presidency, Falls Short in Legislature

By Brian Hioe
Lai Ching-te won with a plurality, largely due to a divided opposition. But the loss of the DPP's legislative majority is a warning sign for the party moving forward.

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