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Tsai Ing-wen and Cross-Strait Tensions
By Michael Mazza
It is the CCP, not the DPP, that stands in the way of reconciliation in the Taiwan Strait.
Tsai Ing-wen's Victory Scripts a Path Forward for Taiwan
By Rupakjyoti Borah
Tsai Ing-wen's challenge will be to push for change without upsetting a fragile cross-strait status quo.
On the Campaign Trail in Taiwan
By Alice Ekman
A first-hand look at Taiwan's political campaigning ahead of the 2016 elections.
7 Events of Geopolitical Consequence to Anticipate in Asia in Early 2016
By Ankit Panda
2016 will kick off with a bang. Here's what you need to keep an eye on early in the new year.
China, the U.S. and the Coming Taiwan Transition
By Douglas Paal
The implications for U.S. policy of China’s New Counterbalance in Asia and Taiwan’s election.
Ma-Xi Meeting: Less About the Elections, More About the Message
By Emily S. Chen
Rather than trying to sway an election, Beijing may want to send a message to Taiwan’s next president.
Taiwan's Transition: From Concentration Camps to Democracy
By Yang Hengjun
Taiwan's transition to a democracy has lessons for mainland China.
Time to Review US Policy on Taiwan?
By Dennis V. Hickey
The world has changed. It is time for a thoughtful debate on U.S. defense ties with Taiwan.
China-Taiwan Relations: Hardly a Crisis
By DD Wu
Cross-Strait relations have improved markedly, and elections in Taiwan need not reverse that.
Washington’s Obsolete Taiwan Policy
By Michael A. Turton
The approach to Taiwan is strangely at odds with its policy elsewhere in the region.
Why the KMT Failed in Taiwan’s Local Elections
By Ricky Yeh
Taiwan's 2014 local elections revealed the extent of popular discontent with KMT rule.
Opposition Ascendancy Won’t Release Taiwan from China’s Grip
By Shang-su Wu
Taiwanese voters reject the ruling party’s strategy, but the mainland’s influence won't be easy to shake.