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What Taiwan’s Upcoming Elections Will Tell Us About Its Future
November 13, 2018

What Taiwan’s Upcoming Elections Will Tell Us About Its Future

By Nick Aspinwall
The vote is set to serve as a referendum on Tsai Ing-wen’s anti-China stance. Challengers are picking up steam.
Is Taiwan’s Drive to Legalize Gay Marriage Descending Into Chaos?
November 06, 2018

Is Taiwan’s Drive to Legalize Gay Marriage Descending Into Chaos?

By Nick Aspinwall
With contradictory referendums set to hit November ballots, LGBTQ advocates are critical of President Tsai for not acting sooner.

Taiwan: The Frontline of the Disinformation Wars
November 01, 2018

Taiwan: The Frontline of the Disinformation Wars

By Nick Aspinwall
Shaken by a recent viral falsehood, Taiwan’s online ecosystem is repairing its democratic defense mechanisms.

Will Taiwan Trap Itself Into ‘One China’ Again?
September 20, 2018

Will Taiwan Trap Itself Into ‘One China’ Again?

By Lin Fei-fan
In Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je, China might have found a useful wedge to influence Taiwan's domestic politics.

Two Myths About KMT’s Defeat in Taiwan’s Local Elections
December 23, 2014

Two Myths About KMT’s Defeat in Taiwan’s Local Elections

By Charles I-hsin Chen
The Kuomintang’s recent drubbing had nothing to do with cross-Strait policies or Hong Kong.
Hong Kong: Taiwan’s Broken Mirror
December 11, 2014

Hong Kong: Taiwan’s Broken Mirror

By Barclay Bram Shoemaker
The outcome of the protests in one give the other a glimpse of what life might be like should it return to the mainland.

The Fallout From Taiwan's 2014 Elections
December 11, 2014

The Fallout From Taiwan's 2014 Elections

By Shannon Tiezzi
Alan Romberg discusses Taiwan's 2014 elections and their ramifications for Taiwan and cross-strait relations.
KMT’s Drubbing and a Surgeon’s Victory: Not Just Cross-Strait Relations
December 10, 2014

KMT’s Drubbing and a Surgeon’s Victory: Not Just Cross-Strait Relations

By Bao-chiun Jing
A big win in Taipei by an independent candidate owed to more than discontent over China policy.

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