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To ‘Give Taiwan a Voice,’ Enlist the New Southbound Policy
October 07, 2022

To ‘Give Taiwan a Voice,’ Enlist the New Southbound Policy

By Alan H. Yang and Sana Hashmi
Amid China's isolation campaign, it is all the more urgent for Taiwan to look beyond its formal diplomatic allies and employ non-conventional methods of diplomacy.

Why ICAO Needs Taiwan
September 14, 2022

Why ICAO Needs Taiwan

By Wang Kwo-tsai 
The ROC transportation minister urges the world to support Taiwan’s participation in the International Civil Aviation Organization.
What Do Foreign Delegations Mean for Taiwan?
August 30, 2022

What Do Foreign Delegations Mean for Taiwan?

By Huynh Tam Sang and Kuan-Ting Chen
Since Pelosi’s visit, more parliamentarians are coming to Taiwan. What do such visits accomplish?

Why Was Taiwan Left Out of the US-Led IPEF?
May 25, 2022

Why Was Taiwan Left Out of the US-Led IPEF?

By Yao-Yuan Yeh, Charles K. S. Wu, Fang-Yu Chen, and Austin Horng-En Wang
Taiwan wasn't part of the initial group of IPEF members, but there's still room for future participation.

Taiwan’s Quest to Attend the World Health Assembly
May 18, 2022

Taiwan’s Quest to Attend the World Health Assembly

By Brian Hioe
Support for Taiwan's international participation has never been higher, but still hasn't moved the needle at the World Health Organization.

Is Taiwan’s International Space Expanding or Contracting?
December 14, 2021

Is Taiwan’s International Space Expanding or Contracting?

By Gerrit van der Wees
Last week illustrated two opposing trends: Taiwan lost a diplomatic ally in Nicaragua, but had the spotlight at the U.S. Summit for Democracy.

Taiwan’s Pragmatic Approach to Biden’s Democracy Summit
December 02, 2021

Taiwan’s Pragmatic Approach to Biden’s Democracy Summit

By Huynh Tam Sang and Phan Van Tim
Bringing Taiwanese technocrats to Washington’s Summit for Democracy could help bolster Taiwan’s democratic standing.
Taiwan’s Foreign Minister: Time to Let Taiwan Work With the UN
August 27, 2021

Taiwan’s Foreign Minister: Time to Let Taiwan Work With the UN

By Jaushieh Joseph Wu
“There is no lack of compelling reasons for Taiwan to play a constructive role in the U.N. system,” writes Joseph Wu.

Taiwan – Sorry, ‘Chinese Taipei’ – Is Having a Fantastic Olympics
August 05, 2021

Taiwan – Sorry, ‘Chinese Taipei’ – Is Having a Fantastic Olympics

By Shannon Tiezzi
Taiwanese athletes’ record-setting medal haul has drawn new attention to the odd arrangement under which they compete at the Olympics.

We Don’t Need to Wait on the UN to Expand Taiwan’s International Role
May 06, 2021

We Don’t Need to Wait on the UN to Expand Taiwan’s International Role

By Gray Sergeant
Liberal democracies can, and should, develop their own bilateral and multilateral exchanges with Taiwan, even while pushing for its inclusion in the WHO and other U.N. bodies.

Taiwan Is Crucial to the Global Fight Against Cybercrime
December 03, 2020

Taiwan Is Crucial to the Global Fight Against Cybercrime

By Huang Ming-chao
“Cybercrime knows no borders, so Taiwan hopes to work with the rest of the world in jointly fighting the problem.”
Why Deepening EU-Taiwan Economic Ties Matter
November 12, 2020

Why Deepening EU-Taiwan Economic Ties Matter

By Ming-Yen Tsai
The time is ripe for the EU and Taiwan to further strengthen bilateral trade ties, starting with negotiations on a Bilateral Investment Agreement.

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