Why the World Should Support Taiwan’s Participation in Interpol as an Observer
By Chou Yew-woei
Taiwan’s capacity to combat transnational crimes such as terrorism and human trafficking is severely hampered by its lack of access to real-time criminal intelligence shared through Interpol.
US Transits as Part of Taiwan’s Gray Zone Diplomacy
By Edward Kuperman
Taiwanese politicians’ “transits” through the United States have a 30-year history spanning both DPP and KMT administrations.
China’s Word Game: A New Narrative of the “One China Principle”
By Chien-Huei Wu, Ching-Fu Lin, and Yun-Sheng Lin
China has been attempting to camouflage its “one China principle” as a “general principle of law” in the international arena to strengthen the legitimacy of its claim over Taiwan.
Taiwan Injects Momentum Into Global Transition to Net-Zero Emissions
By Chang Tzi-chin
Taiwan is already making strides on emissions reduction. Imagine what it could accomplish if allowed into global climate discussions.
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.
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?
Do Legislative Visits Actually Help Taiwan?
By Andrei Lungu
Instead of deterring China, such visits in fact increase the risk of an invasion of Taiwan, because they create a nefarious incentive for it.
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.
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.
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.
China, Nicaragua Seal Diplomatic Ties as Taiwan Loses Another Official Partner
By Shannon Tiezzi
Nicaragua was arguably the lowest-hanging fruit of any of Taiwan's remaining diplomatic allies.
Must Taiwan Remain Invisible for the Next 50 Years?
By Yu-Jie Chen
On the 50th anniversary of the U.N.’s Resolution on Chinese representation, it’s time to rethink Taiwan’s role in the world.