Taiwan, And The World, Needs To Worry About the Western Disinterest In Protecting It
By David Hutt
Western publics appear to have little appetite for direct involvement in a future Taiwan Strait crisis.
Xi Jinping Might Think He Can Handle His Own ‘Ukraine’
By Grant Newsham
Xi might look at what has happened in Ukraine, and to the Russians, and think he’s got a reasonable shot at Taiwan.
Taiwan Watches Ukraine With an Eye Toward Security at Home
By Shannon Tiezzi
Taiwan’s government is on alert for ripple effects from the Russian invasion in the form of “cognitive warfare” and economic difficulties.
Taiwan Catches Two Chinese Nationals Arriving by Dinghy
By Nick Aspinwall
At least one Chinese national said he had fled to Taiwan in search of “freedom and democracy,” raising questions about border security and refugee laws.
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.
Bolstering Taiwan's Last Line of Defense
By Ian Easton and Dee Wu
There is a lot that Washington can do to boost Taipei's security in the face of the threat posed by Beijing.