Taiwan Indicts 2 Communist Party Members Accused of Colluding With China to Influence Elections
By Christopher Bodeen
Taiwan’s Communist Party has a miniscule influence on elections and public opinion in general, but tends to stage attention-getting demonstrations during polls or surrounding visits by foreign political figures.
Memory and History: Forging China’s Identity
By Mercy A. Kuo and Angelica O. Tang
Insight from Rana Mitter
The Taiwan Problem: If It Ain't Broke, Don't Fix It
By Noah Lingwall
A grand bargain between the U.S. and China over Taiwan seems an ill-conceived idea.
Realistic Energy Policies for Taiwan
By Eric Huang
A call for Tsai Ing-wen to provide clarity on her energy policies.
How Hong Kong's Protests Swayed Taiwan's Elections
By Kerry Brown
After watching protests in Hong Kong, Taiwanese are more hesitant about the KMT's policy of warming cross-strait ties.
Cracks Emerge in Hong Kong Protests
By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, Chinese banks and Iran's Quds forces, Taiwan's upcoming elections, and cross-strait relations. Friday China links.
Taiwan Election Primer
Taiwan’s upcoming election could play a crucial role in cross-strait relations. CSIS outlines what’s at stake.