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Taiwan’s President Clears Her Primary Challenge. Will Her Party Get on Board?
June 21, 2019

Taiwan’s President Clears Her Primary Challenge. Will Her Party Get on Board?

By Nick Aspinwall
Now that Tsai Ing-wen has vanquished her primary challenger, she must get her party behind her in Taiwan’s general election.

Taiwan's Topsy-Turvy Cross-Strait Politics
May 01, 2019

Taiwan's Topsy-Turvy Cross-Strait Politics

By James X. Morris
Taiwan’s 2020 presidential candidates hint at a massive gravity shift toward China in both the KMT and DPP.
Invite President Tsai Before Congress? Not a Wise Move.
February 12, 2019

Invite President Tsai Before Congress? Not a Wise Move.

By Dennis V. Hickey
The risks for Taiwan and the U.S. far outweigh the benefits.

Taiwan Set to Decide on Banishing Its ‘Chinese Taipei’ Olympic Moniker
November 21, 2018

Taiwan Set to Decide on Banishing Its ‘Chinese Taipei’ Olympic Moniker

By Nick Aspinwall
The IOC warned against the upcoming referendum, which has sparked Beijing's wrath and galvanized supporters of independence.

Why Is China Bullying Taiwan?
August 03, 2018

Why Is China Bullying Taiwan?

By Chih-Cheng Chang
This goes beyond dislike for the DPP – it’s a long-term strategy from Beijing.

Brian Hioe: The Sunflower Movement, 4 Years Later
July 18, 2018

Brian Hioe: The Sunflower Movement, 4 Years Later

By James X. Morris
An interview with New Bloom co-founder and student activist Brian Hioe, 4 years after the Sunflower Movement.

Does China Have a ‘Blacklist’ of Taiwan ‘Separatists’?
May 17, 2018

Does China Have a ‘Blacklist’ of Taiwan ‘Separatists’?

By J. Michael Cole
Even if the blacklist doesn't currently exist, China's habit of extraterritorial abductions makes it all too plausible.
'Sky Row' Calls for Debates on China in Taiwan
January 20, 2018

'Sky Row' Calls for Debates on China in Taiwan

By Charles I-hsin Chen
China's unilateral announcement of new flight routes should spark a rethink of Tsai's cross-strait policy.

China's Playbook for Conquering Taiwan
November 29, 2017

China's Playbook for Conquering Taiwan

By Ian Easton
Beijing has a clear approach to doing what it has long intended.

Do the Taiwan Independence Movement’s Symbolic Victories Hide a Lack of Practical Hope?
October 27, 2017

Do the Taiwan Independence Movement’s Symbolic Victories Hide a Lack of Practical Hope?

By Shang-su Wu
A time zone and passport stickers reflect the inability of the independence movement to gain real political victories.

The Taipei-Beijing 'Diplomatic Truce' Crumbles: What Next for Taiwan?
June 21, 2017

The Taipei-Beijing 'Diplomatic Truce' Crumbles: What Next for Taiwan?

By Ankit Panda
With Panama deciding to recognize the government in Beijing, Taiwan's list of diplomatic allies continues to shrink.
China Gives Stern Warning to Taiwan, Hong Kong Independence Advocates
December 30, 2016

China Gives Stern Warning to Taiwan, Hong Kong Independence Advocates

By Cal Wong
Following military exercises, a government spokesman said pro-independence forces will be left "broken and bleeding."

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