November 07, 2022
How Taiwan’s Midterm Elections Work
By Lev Nachman
Taiwanese citizens will soon vote to elect their mayor/county magistrate, city council members, and in a referendum – and each of these uses a different voting system.
August 30, 2022
What Do Foreign Delegations Mean for Taiwan?
By Huynh Tam Sang and Kuan-Ting Chen
Since Pelosi’s visit, more parliamentarians are coming to Taiwan. What do such visits accomplish?
January 27, 2022
Taiwan Provides Powerful Lessons on Democratic Resilience
By Zoe Leung and Alan H. Yang
The future of democracy hinges on inclusive partnerships among like-minded democracies and stakeholders.
December 02, 2021
Taiwan’s Pragmatic Approach to Biden’s Democracy Summit
By Huynh Tam Sang and Phan Van Tim
Bringing Taiwanese technocrats to Washington’s Summit for Democracy could help bolster Taiwan’s democratic standing.
December 01, 2021
Which Asia-Pacific Countries Were (and Weren’t) Invited to the US Summit for Democracy?
By Shannon Tiezzi
The guest list underscores the region’s ambivalent relationship with democracy and political freedom.
July 20, 2021
The Tragedy of Taiwan’s ‘Recall Revenge’
By Lev Nachman and Brian Hioe
The goal of Taiwan’s recall and referendum reforms was to empower civil society against entrenched politicians. The result has been the exact opposite.
July 05, 2021
Can Taiwan Provide the Alternative to Digital Authoritarianism?
By Melissa Newcomb
China and Taiwan are becoming digital states in parallel — China as a digital authoritarian regime, and Taiwan as a digital democracy.
February 11, 2021
What to Expect From US-Taiwan Relations in 2021 (and Beyond)
By Shannon Tiezzi
In an exclusive interview, Taiwan’s Ambassador Hsiao Bi-khim discusses U.S.-Taiwan ties under the Biden administration.
December 31, 2020
Taiwan Needs to Be a Part of the UK’s China Strategy
By David Green
The willingness (or lack thereof) to embrace Taiwan is a bellwether of how serious liberal democracies are about countering CCP threats to their ideals.
August 18, 2020
The Glorious Contradictions of Lee Teng-hui
By James Baron
Throughout his 97 years, Lee took on multiple identities as a Japanese, Communist, Chinese, Christian, and, finally, Taiwanese independence activist – matching the island’s many changes.
July 31, 2020
Former President Lee Teng-hui, Who Helped Birth Taiwan’s Democracy, Dies
By Associated Press
Lee, the first native of Taiwan to hold the presidency, became famous for ushering in direct elections – and later for his pro-independence stance.
June 05, 2020
Look at Taiwan in Its Own Right
By Gerrit van der Wees
A recent article by Daniel Russel continues a long, flawed tradition of viewing Taiwan as a subset of U.S.-China relations.
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