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The TAIPEI Act Is an Act of Wishful Thinking
November 13, 2019

The TAIPEI Act Is an Act of Wishful Thinking

By Jansen Tham
The Act is unlikely to achieve its stated goal of expanding Taiwan's diplomatic space.

Taiwan at the Crossroads of History
November 05, 2019

Taiwan at the Crossroads of History

By Chih-Wei Chen
Faced with China’s “sharp power,” it’s time to redefine the interaction model between Taiwan and international society.
Taiwan’s Security Role in the U.S. Indo-Pacific Strategy
June 27, 2019

Taiwan’s Security Role in the U.S. Indo-Pacific Strategy

By Howard Wang
The U.S. Indo-Pacific Strategy Report holds new potential for Taiwan’s international security networking.

Hong Kong’s Extradition Bill and Taiwan’s Sovereignty Dilemma
June 26, 2019

Hong Kong’s Extradition Bill and Taiwan’s Sovereignty Dilemma

By Ming-Sung Kuo
How a Hong Konger’s death put Taiwan in a difficult spot amid the storm over Hong Kong’s extradition bill.

Invite to President Tsai From US Senators Met With Cautious Skepticism in Taiwan
February 15, 2019

Invite to President Tsai From US Senators Met With Cautious Skepticism in Taiwan

By Nick Aspinwall
Prominent observers and scholars are worried now is not the time to push for a radical paradigm shift in the unofficial U.S.-Taiwan relationship.

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.

‘Grave Concern’ as Cambodia Deports Taiwanese Alleged Scammers to China
December 15, 2018

‘Grave Concern’ as Cambodia Deports Taiwanese Alleged Scammers to China

By Nick Aspinwall
The deportations raise questions about Taiwan’s ability to participate in joint investigations with Asian trade partners.
Taiwan Is Retaking the Initiative With Its New Southbound Policy
October 23, 2018

Taiwan Is Retaking the Initiative With Its New Southbound Policy

By Alan Hao Yang and Jeremy Chiang
Forget Beijing: Taiwan is rolling out its “warm power” to win friends across Southeast and South Asia.

Taiwan Can Help the UN Achieve Its Goals
September 14, 2018

Taiwan Can Help the UN Achieve Its Goals

By Jaushieh Joseph Wu
The United Nations should stand up to external pressures and open its doors to Taiwan.

What Does Taiwan Think of the US Factor in Cross-Strait Relations?
September 13, 2018

What Does Taiwan Think of the US Factor in Cross-Strait Relations?

By Shi-huei Yang
A look at how the Taiwanese public evaluates the Trump administration's commitment to Taiwan.

Is the US Ready to Stand Up for Taiwan Against China?
September 10, 2018

Is the US Ready to Stand Up for Taiwan Against China?

By Charlotte Gao
The U.S. recalls diplomats in three nations that recently switched allegiance from Taipei to Beijing.
Is eSwatini on the Brink of Cutting Ties With Taiwan?
September 04, 2018

Is eSwatini on the Brink of Cutting Ties With Taiwan?

By Charlotte Gao
A new report says eSwatini is trying to establish diplomatic ties with China.

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