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Is Taiwan Looking to Diversify Its Defense Partnerships? 
May 20, 2020

Is Taiwan Looking to Diversify Its Defense Partnerships? 

By Eleanor Albert
While the U.S. remains far and away Taiwan's biggest source of arms, other countries could be important partners as well.

Taiwan and the WHO: Ambassador Stanley Kao
May 17, 2020

Taiwan and the WHO: Ambassador Stanley Kao

By Shannon Tiezzi
As the WHA opens, Taiwan's top representative in the United States talks about his country's representation in the global health body.
Taiwan’s Medical Diplomacy in the Caribbean: A Final Stand Against Beijing?
May 11, 2020

Taiwan’s Medical Diplomacy in the Caribbean: A Final Stand Against Beijing?

By Jared Ward
Taiwan’s aid in the COVID-19 fight could be its best chance at keeping its remaining diplomatic allies.

Pompeo Urges Tedros to Invite Taiwan to WHA as More Countries Join Campaign
May 08, 2020

Pompeo Urges Tedros to Invite Taiwan to WHA as More Countries Join Campaign

By Nick Aspinwall
Australia and New Zealand have hopped on board a growing U.S.-backed campaign for Taiwan to participate in the World Health Assembly as an observer.

COVID-19 Brings Cross-Strait Relations to a Crossroads
April 30, 2020

COVID-19 Brings Cross-Strait Relations to a Crossroads

By Chieh-chi Hsieh
Even more than Tsai’s landslide re-election, the outbreak spells major trouble for the CCP’s unification agenda.

Trump and the TAIPEI Act
April 21, 2020

Trump and the TAIPEI Act

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Russell Hsiao

Tsai Rejects Accusations Taiwan Attacked WHO Chief, Invites Him to Visit
April 10, 2020

Tsai Rejects Accusations Taiwan Attacked WHO Chief, Invites Him to Visit

By Nick Aspinwall
Tedros claimed racist slurs directed toward him had originated in Taiwan, allegations which were rejected by Taiwan’s president and its foreign ministry.
Trump Quietly Signs Legislation Strengthening Ties to Taiwan
April 03, 2020

Trump Quietly Signs Legislation Strengthening Ties to Taiwan

By Eleanor Albert
With the world focused on COVID-19, Trump signed the TAIPEI Act into law.

Can Taiwan Benefit From China’s Ouster of US Journalists?
March 31, 2020

Can Taiwan Benefit From China’s Ouster of US Journalists?

By Chauncey Jung
China has turned its back on American journalists. That’s an opportunity for Taiwan to shine.

How Does Asia Think About Taiwan and Its New Southbound Policy?
February 26, 2020

How Does Asia Think About Taiwan and Its New Southbound Policy?

By Jeremy Huai-Che Chiang
Attempting to gauge public sentiments in Asian countries toward Taiwan and its outreach attempts.

Czech Companies the Latest Target of Chinese Retaliation for Taiwan Ties
February 21, 2020

Czech Companies the Latest Target of Chinese Retaliation for Taiwan Ties

By Nick Aspinwall
The Chinese government threatened Czech companies over a planned Taiwan visit by a top Czech official. It’s part of a global strategy to pressure entities that engage with Taiwan.
The World Can Benefit From Taiwan’s WHO Participation
February 11, 2020

The World Can Benefit From Taiwan’s WHO Participation

By Eric Li-Luan Chu
With Taiwan absent from the WHO, the health of the Taiwanese people and the world is at greater risk.

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