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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.

Whether Fighting COVID-19 or the Next Pandemic, Taiwan Can Help
May 04, 2021

Whether Fighting COVID-19 or the Next Pandemic, Taiwan Can Help

By Shih-chung Chen
The world cannot build a resilient and inclusive global health system while excluding Taiwan from participating.
BioNTech Says Taiwan Will Receive Vaccines After Concerns China Impeded Deal
February 20, 2021

BioNTech Says Taiwan Will Receive Vaccines After Concerns China Impeded Deal

By Nick Aspinwall
The German manufacturer vowed to provide vaccines to Taiwan after worries that the Chinese government had tried to block a deal for 5 million doses.

The Strange Saga of Taiwan’s Short-Lived Office in Guyana
February 05, 2021

The Strange Saga of Taiwan’s Short-Lived Office in Guyana

By Shannon Tiezzi
The closing of the office was a classic example of how U.S.-China rivalry served to complicate what should have been an innocuous diplomatic agreement.

Perfecting Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy
February 05, 2021

Perfecting Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy

By Sana Hashmi
Taiwan’s foreign policy focus needs a firmer people-centric dimension to fully realize its ambitions.

US Ambassador to the United Nations Will Visit Taiwan
January 08, 2021

US Ambassador to the United Nations Will Visit Taiwan

By Shannon Tiezzi
Craft will become the latest – and last – high-ranking Trump administration official to visit Taiwan.

Taiwan Needs to Be a Part of the UK’s China Strategy
December 31, 2020

Taiwan Needs to Be a Part of the UK’s China Strategy

By David Green
The willingness (or lack thereof) to embrace Taiwan is a bellwether of how serious liberal democracies are about countering CCP threats to their ideals.
Recover Better Together: Taiwan Can Help
September 14, 2020

Recover Better Together: Taiwan Can Help

By Jaushieh Joseph Wu
“Working together for the greater good is how the world will defeat COVID-19,” Taiwan’s foreign minister writes – and Taiwan must be a part of that effort.

Taiwan Legislature Moves to Explore Renaming China Airlines, Emphasizing ‘Taiwan’ on Passports
July 24, 2020

Taiwan Legislature Moves to Explore Renaming China Airlines, Emphasizing ‘Taiwan’ on Passports

By Nick Aspinwall
The resolutions, passed Wednesday, do not mandate the changes but could lead to the renaming of Taiwan’s flag carrier and a redesign of its passports.

Taiwan Throws a Diplomatic Curveball by Establishing Ties With Somaliland
July 10, 2020

Taiwan Throws a Diplomatic Curveball by Establishing Ties With Somaliland

By Nick Aspinwall
Taiwan’s decision to establish relations with the unrecognized state – with a probable eye on formalizing country-to-country ties – is an unusually audacious move.

Why Taiwan Matters for the Czech Republic
June 27, 2020

Why Taiwan Matters for the Czech Republic

By Filip Šebok
Taiwan has transformed itself into the “anti-China” in the Czech domestic debate.
Taiwan’s COVID-19 Diplomacy and WHO Participation: Losing the Battle But Winning the War?
June 02, 2020

Taiwan’s COVID-19 Diplomacy and WHO Participation: Losing the Battle But Winning the War?

By Wen-Ti Sung
Taipei’s “warm power” has benefited its international ambitions amid the pandemic.

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