Taiwan’s Future in Latin America
Patricio Giusto, Julieta Heduvan, and Brian Hioe discuss the future of Taiwan's diplomatic recognition in Latin America.
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 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.
How Taiwan Become a Key Issue in Paraguay’s Presidential Election
By Julieta Heduvan and Juan Manuel Harán
With economic pressure building for a change, Paraguay’s presidential race could determine the future of Taiwan’s presence in South America.
Taiwan’s Future in Latin America and the Caribbean
By Ryan C. Berg and Wazim Mowla
Eight of Taiwan’s 14 diplomatic allies are in the Western hemisphere. How can Taipei – and Washington – keep these partners on side?
Taiwan Fights for Its Diplomatic Survival in Latin America
By Patricio Giusto and Juan Manuel Harán
How long will the region’s smaller, cash-strapped countries be able to remain aligned with Taipei?
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?
The Dominican Republic Abandons Taipei for Beijing
By Charlotte Gao
Thanks to Chinese diplomatic pressure, Taiwan is left with only 19 diplomatic allies now.
A Latin American Battle: China vs. Taiwan
By Binay Prasad
China is competing with Taiwan in Central America and the Caribbean, an abandoned American backyard.
Panama Switch Marks China's Return to Checkbook Diplomacy
By Timothy S. Rich and Vasabjit Banerjee
Taiwan should resist the temptation to also play the game of offering aid for recognition.