Indonesia Kicks Off Naval Exercises With Involvement of China, US
By Sebastian Strangio
The Komodo exercises represent a rare sign of concord at a time of growing tension in the Asia-Pacific.
Turbulence in the Taiwan Strait: The New Normal
By Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz
Another high-level U.S.-Taiwan meeting causes turbulence in the Taiwan Strait.
Upgraded Philippines-US Military Cooperation May Cause a Setback in China-Philippines Relations
By Nian Peng
Beijing is paying close attention to the rapid developments in the Philippines-U.S. alliance, and China is not happy with what it sees.
Andrew Hsia’s China Visit and the Future of Cross-Strait Relations
By Bao Xiao
The KMT and CCP are seeking to optimize their cross-strait policies in advance of next year's Taiwanese election.
Taiwan’s Tsai Visits Base as China Protests US Ship Passage
By Taijing Wu
Tsai's visit to the base in the central county of Chiayi comes as Taiwan is seeking to boost its defenses against the rising threat from China.
What the 2022 Diplomatic Blue Book Reveals About Japan’s Taiwan Policy
By Victor Lin
Japan’s concerns about stability in the Taiwan Strait have resulted in a new focus on the issue.
China, Wolf Warrior Diplomacy and Taiwan
By KODA Yoji
Beijing’s recalcitrance is ultimately going to be unsustainable.
Dire Straits: Taiwan’s Fragile Status Quo
By Hanns W. Maull
For Taipei, Beijing, and Washington, the standoff is about national identities as much as territory.
Emerging Military Technologies and a Future Taiwan Strait Conflict
By Ankit Panda
How will changes in military technology bear on a potential near-future U.S.-China conflict?
Chinese Aircraft Carrier Conducts ‘Routine’ Drills Near Taiwan
By Steven Stashwick
Six warships pass through the Ryukyus to exercise east of Taiwan.
The Trump Administration’s Mixed Messaging on Taiwan Strait Transits
By James Siebens and Ryan Lucas
The U.S. needs to make clear if transits through the Taiwan Strait are routine demonstrations of its navigational rights or intentional signals of deterrence.
The Pratas Islands: A New Flashpoint in the South China Sea
By Yoshiyuki Ogasawara
These unremarkable features could be the center of the next Taiwan Strait Crisis