February 27, 2021
Is Taiwan a Ticking Time Bomb in the Semiconductor Supply Chain?
By Kevin Curran
The overwhelming reliance on Taiwan for critical supply elements creates a combustible situation for the global economy.
December 15, 2020
Would China Invade Taiwan for TSMC?
By John Lee
The second piece of a two-part analysis focusing on semiconductors and cross-strait geopolitics.
December 10, 2020
Taiwan, Chips, and Geopolitics: Part 1
By John Lee
Taiwan’s TSMC is a critical part of the global semiconductor supply chain. What does that mean for the U.S. and China’s Taiwan policies?
October 28, 2020
What Can Taiwan’s Semiconductor Industry Learn From Japan?
By Gary Xie and Sophie Grant
Taiwan’s semiconductor industry will require major restructuring if it wishes to maintain its competitive edge in the crowded global market.
May 15, 2020
Taiwan Chipmaker Announces US Factory as Apple Pledges to Expand Taiwan Investment
By Nick Aspinwall
Semiconductor giant TSMC will invest $12 billion in a new Arizona chip plant, it announced Friday, while Apple will expand its Taiwan footprint.
February 08, 2020
The Geo-Technological Triangle Between the US, China, and Taiwan
By Hannah Kirk
Taiwan is caught in the middle of a technological trade spat, one that might upend its all-important semiconductor industry.
July 25, 2018
Semiconductor Stakes in US-China Relations
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Mark Li.
January 09, 2014
Taiwanese Monetary Policy: Between a Rock and Hard Place
By Erik Tollefson
The debate over monetary policy clouds the bigger task facing Taiwan’s economy.