Taiwan’s President Clears Her Primary Challenge. Will Her Party Get on Board?
By Nick Aspinwall
Now that Tsai Ing-wen has vanquished her primary challenger, she must get her party behind her in Taiwan’s general election.
The Tsai-Trump Call: The Dynamics in Taiwan
By J. Michael Cole
Most analysis of the call overlooks a crucial component: Tsai's own calculations and the domestic reaction on Taiwan.
How Beijing Uses People-to-People Ties as Leverage Over Taiwan
By David Gitter and Elsa Kania
Beijing hopes to convince Taiwanese to pressure their government into more politically accommodating positions.
Tsai's Refusal to Affirm the 1992 Consensus Spells Trouble for Taiwan
By Yeni Wong, Ho-I Wu, and Kent Wang
Unless Tsai makes a U-turn on the Consensus, cross-strait ties could crumble.
What a Tsai Presidency Means for Cross-Strait Relations
By Emily de La Bruyere
Washington needs to publicly show its support for the incoming Tsai Ing-wen administration.
Tsai Ing-wen’s Limited Options on Cross-Strait Relations
By Zhimin Lin and Jianwei Wang
Domestic, economic, and geopolitical realities will hamper Tsai's ability to craft cross-strait policy.
Will the Ma-Xi Meeting Backfire for Taiwan's KMT?
By Phoebe Benich
It is possible that the Ma-Xi summit will hurt the KMT in the upcoming elections more than help it.
Two Myths About KMT’s Defeat in Taiwan’s Local Elections
By Charles I-hsin Chen
The Kuomintang’s recent drubbing had nothing to do with cross-Strait policies or Hong Kong.