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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.

Did Honduras’ New President Change Her Mind About Dropping Taiwan?
January 20, 2022

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?
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.

China, Nicaragua Seal Diplomatic Ties as Taiwan Loses Another Official Partner
December 10, 2021

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?
October 25, 2021

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.

The Case for Renaming TECRO
October 21, 2021

The Case for Renaming TECRO

By Chien-Huei Wu and Nai-Yu Chen
Renaming Taiwan’s de facto embassy in the U.S. to “Taiwan Representative Office” would be both meaningful and consistent with U.S. foreign policy.

Taiwan’s CPTPP Bid Will Test the Resolve of the Indo-Pacific
October 01, 2021

Taiwan’s CPTPP Bid Will Test the Resolve of the Indo-Pacific

By Shihoko Goto
Taiwan’s application is a test case of how a high-stakes gambit in the Indo-Pacific can move forward without the United States.
Taiwan Applies for CPTPP Membership
September 23, 2021

Taiwan Applies for CPTPP Membership

By Shannon Tiezzi
Taiwan is a natural fit for the CPTPP in economic terms, but its bid will likely face intense opposition from China.

The Somaliland Connection: Taiwan’s Return to Africa?
September 02, 2021

The Somaliland Connection: Taiwan’s Return to Africa?

By Jean-Pierre Cabestan
Taiwan's new representative office in Hargeisa not only gives Taipei another connection to the African continent, but also establishes a new model of relations that could be extended to other states.

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.

What’s Behind Lithuania’s Outreach to Taiwan?
August 13, 2021

What’s Behind Lithuania’s Outreach to Taiwan?

By Brian Hioe
After Taiwan announced plans to open a new representative office in Lithuania, China responded by ordering Lithuania to withdraw its ambassador to Beijing.
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.

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