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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.

Why Diplomatic Allies Matter to Taiwan
August 30, 2018

Why Diplomatic Allies Matter to Taiwan

By Ming-Sung Kuo
And why a new Monroe Doctrine won’t help Taiwan in its battle for diplomatic survival.
Days After Tsai Ing-wen Wraps Up Houston Stopover, Taiwan Loses Another Ally to China
August 21, 2018

Days After Tsai Ing-wen Wraps Up Houston Stopover, Taiwan Loses Another Ally to China

By Charlotte Gao
Cutting ties with Taiwan, the Republic of El Salvador established diplomatic relations with China.

Tsai Ing-wen Made a Rare, High-Profile Stopover in the US
August 14, 2018

Tsai Ing-wen Made a Rare, High-Profile Stopover in the US

By Charlotte Gao
As Beijing increases its pressure on Taipei, Tsai vows “to be firm so that no one can obliterate Taiwan.”
Taiwan: When Sports Is Politics
July 27, 2018

Taiwan: When Sports Is Politics

By Han Ze
On the cancellation of the East Asian Youth Games and cross-strait relations.

‘Crayon Diplomacy’ in Taiwan
July 19, 2018

‘Crayon Diplomacy’ in Taiwan

By James X. Morris
One artist’s use of Taiwan’s diplomatic weakness as a canvas for dialogue.

Taiwan Wins International Recognition – In Sports
July 11, 2018

Taiwan Wins International Recognition – In Sports

By Gary Sands
Recent victories in tennis and badminton bring some welcome positive attention to the island.

Including Taiwan Should Not Be a Troubling Issue for the WHO
April 20, 2018

Including Taiwan Should Not Be a Troubling Issue for the WHO

By Shih-Chia Lin
Despite the new WHO director-general's emphasis on reform and inclusion, Taiwan remains sidelined.
Panama Switch Marks China's Return to Checkbook Diplomacy
June 14, 2017

Panama Switch Marks China's Return to Checkbook Diplomacy

By Timothy S. Rich and Vasabjit Banerjee
Taiwan should resist the temptation to also play the game of offering aid for recognition.

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