Taiwan’s New Submarines Will Be a Mixed Blessing
By Rowan Allport
Taiwan’s first domestically built submarine, the Hai Kun, is a significant technical achievement, but will only modestly contribute to the island’s defense.
Taiwan’s Defense Dilemma
By Jenny Li
As the U.S. urges Taiwan to adopt a security strategy that requires foreign intervention, it also upholds a policy of strategic ambiguity, making it difficult for Taipei to commit to a purely defensive approach.
How China’s Military Is Preparing for War With Taiwan
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Joel Wuthnow.
Taiwan’s Overall Defense Concept, Explained
By Lee Hsi-min and Eric Lee
The concept’s developer explains the asymmetric approach to Taiwan’s defense.
Is Taiwan Really Buying the ‘Wrong’ Weapons?
By Corey Lee Bell
Taiwan’s defense procurement strategy makes a lot more sense when viewed through the lens of the U.S. factor.
Time for Taiwan to Scrap the Indigenous Diesel Submarine
By Michael A. Hunzeker and Joseph Petrucelli
The stakes are too high for Taiwan to waste money on outdated programs.