US Bioweapons Story Reignites Concerns About Disinformation in Taiwan
By Brian Hioe
A UDN story alleged that the U.S. government had requested that Taiwan engage in bioweapon development.
Taiwan Intelligence Chief Pictures Reignite Debate Over Chinese Disinformation Ops
By Brian Hioe
A scandal involving the director-general of Taiwan’s National Security Bureau has raised concerns about Chinese disinformation, particularly as amplified by domestic media outlets.
China’s Changing Disinformation and Propaganda Targeting Taiwan
By Kenddrick Chan and Mariah Thornton
Since early August, evidence has emerged of a new type of CCP influence operation that sharply diverges away from traditional messaging and tactics.
Ukraine Disinformation Fight Sounds Warning Bells for Taiwan
By James Baron
Short of a drastic overhaul, Tsai Ing-wen’s administration must gain a firmer understanding of vulnerabilities in the domestic information environment.
China’s Latest Disinformation Campaign Against Taiwan Backfires Amid the Russia-Ukraine War
By Lin Pu, Ping-yu Lin, Andrew Devine, and Po-hung Chen
The usual Chinese propaganda about effective protection of overseas citizens has led to an unexpected public backlash in the wake of a sluggish evacuation mission in Ukraine.
Taiwan Watches Ukraine With an Eye Toward Security at Home
By Shannon Tiezzi
Taiwan’s government is on alert for ripple effects from the Russian invasion in the form of “cognitive warfare” and economic difficulties.
EU Disinformation Committee Heads to Taiwan
By Staś Butler
The official visit by INGE is the latest in a series of high-level interactions between Brussels and Taipei.
Chinese Disinformation Operations: What Central and Eastern Europe Can Learn From Taiwan
By Alicja Bachulska and Lin Pu
The Taiwanese government and civil society’s tough, yet successful, battle against Chinese propaganda can be a lesson for democracies in the CEE region.
Pro-China TV Station Goes Off Air in Taiwan After Losing Broadcast License
By Nick Aspinwall
CTiTV went off air on midnight Friday after losing a court battle fighting its license renewal. Opposition politicians are crying foul.
Why China’s COVID-19 Disinformation Campaign Isn’t Working in Taiwan
By Yi-Ting Lien
Taiwan’s resiliency highlights the importance of its participation in global efforts to fight coronavirus misinformation.
What Does Taiwan’s Public Think About Election Interference From China?
By Timothy S. Rich, Madelynn Einhorn, Isabel Eliassen, Carolyn Brueggemann, and Alexandrea Pike-Goff
Polling shows Taiwanese interpret China's interference and disinformation campaigns through partisan lens.
CCP Influence Operations and Taiwan’s 2020 Elections
By Russell Hsiao
Will the Chinese Communist Party’s effort to influence Taiwanese democracy ahead of the upcoming elections succeed?