The Trouble With Taiwan’s Diplomatic Allies
By Ross Feingold
All too often, Taiwan looks the other way as its formal partners commit human rights abuses.
Honduras’ Turn Toward China Sparks Debate
By Expediente Público
China’s authoritarian government – and other Central American countries’ disillusionment with Beijing – has raised concerns in Honduras about the decision to establish ties.
Honduras’ China Switch and the Aftershocks
By Wang Linbin
Honduras has officially terminated diplomatic relations with Taipei and embraced Beijing instead. Given China’s positioning in Latin America, this is not an isolated event.
Honduras Announces Intention to Drop Taiwan, Recognize China
By Brian Hioe
President Xiomara Castro is making good on a campaign promise to switch diplomatic recognition to China.
Latin America’s Choice and the Cross-strait Diplomatic Battle
By Wang Linbin and Lee Jonghyuk
Latin America and the Caribbean is home to eight of Taiwan's 14 remaining diplomatic allies. As China's influence in the region expands, can Taiwan keep its partners?
Did Honduras’ New President Change Her Mind About Dropping Taiwan?
By Brian Hioe
An inaugural invite for Taiwanese President Tsai underscores the complicated background of Honduras-Taiwan ties.
Honduras’ President Is in Taiwan for a Surprise State Visit
By Shannon Tiezzi
Taiwan, afraid of losing yet another ally, is eager to shore up support ahead of Honduras’ election.