With DPP’s Candidate Pick, Taiwan’s 2024 Presidential Race Begins
By Shannon Tiezzi
William Lai is already positioning the race as a referendum on China policy, while the KMT (and Beijing) are trying to emphasize economic issues.
Tsai Ing-wen 2.0
By Lev Nachman and Jessica Drun
Tsai’s first term had its successes and failures, yet she still won a historic re-election victory. What can she deliver in her second term?
Taiwan’s Presidential Race Has a Surprise Contender: Tsai Ing-wen's Former Premier
By Nick Aspinwall
The candidacy of William Lai, a supporter of Taiwanese independence, is a stunning challenge to the more centrist Tsai administration.
What Does Taiwan Think of the US Factor in Cross-Strait Relations?
By Shi-huei Yang
A look at how the Taiwanese public evaluates the Trump administration's commitment to Taiwan.