The Trouble With Taiwan’s Diplomatic Allies
By Ross Feingold
All too often, Taiwan looks the other way as its formal partners commit human rights abuses.
Taiwan, Somaliland Ties Growing Despite Diplomatic Isolation
By Associated Press
Somaliland broke away from Somalia in 1991 and has no formal diplomatic relations with any nation; Taiwan’s allies have dwindled over the years.
The Somaliland Connection: Taiwan’s Return to Africa?
By Jean-Pierre Cabestan
Taiwan's new representative office in Hargeisa not only gives Taipei another connection to the African continent, but also establishes a new model of relations that could be extended to other states.
Taiwan Throws a Diplomatic Curveball by Establishing Ties With Somaliland
By Nick Aspinwall
Taiwan’s decision to establish relations with the unrecognized state – with a probable eye on formalizing country-to-country ties – is an unusually audacious move.