Will Taiwan Still Be a Peacekeeper After Its Upcoming Presidential Election?
By Calvin Chu
William Lai faces questions over his perceived support for Taiwan independence. But basic political realities will push any Taiwanese leader to refrain from making risky moves.
US Transits as Part of Taiwan’s Gray Zone Diplomacy
By Edward Kuperman
Taiwanese politicians’ “transits” through the United States have a 30-year history spanning both DPP and KMT administrations.
Energy Cooperation Should Be a Third Pillar of Taiwan-US Relations
By Evan Matthews
Taiwan is no exception to the long list of countries facing difficulties in their transition to green energy. The United States can help.
Taiwan’s Vice President Plans US Stopover as Presidential Campaign Heats up
By Brian Hioe
William Lai, who is also the DPP's candidate for the 2024 presidential election, is expected to transit through New York and San Francisco in mid-August.
US Bioweapons Story Reignites Concerns About Disinformation in Taiwan
By Brian Hioe
A UDN story alleged that the U.S. government had requested that Taiwan engage in bioweapon development.
Why Taiwan Should Be Included in the US Nuclear Umbrella
By Yi-Lan Fang and Lin Tzu-Yao
While providing Taiwan with nuclear weapons may not be practical, including Taiwan under the U.S. nuclear umbrella is a feasible alternative.
China Says Military Drills Are a ‘Serious Warning’; Taiwan Denounces ‘Overreaction’
By Associated Press
China launched military drills encircling Taiwan after President Tsai Ing-wen met with U.S. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy during a stopover visit to California.
TSMC’s US Investments Spark Political Controversy in Taiwan
By Brian Hioe
Plans for new chip plants in the U.S. have sparked concerns about Taiwan’s “silicon shield” – and whether Washington has Taipei’s best interests at heart.
Why Was Taiwan Left Out of the US-Led IPEF?
By Yao-Yuan Yeh, Charles K. S. Wu, Fang-Yu Chen, and Austin Horng-En Wang
Taiwan wasn't part of the initial group of IPEF members, but there's still room for future participation.
Taiwan Provides Powerful Lessons on Democratic Resilience
By Zoe Leung and Alan H. Yang
The future of democracy hinges on inclusive partnerships among like-minded democracies and stakeholders.
The Living Legacy of the Flying Tigers
By Samuel Hui
The history of the Flying Tigers is not only an inspirational story – it is the key to future Taiwan-U.S. security cooperation.
Taiwan at the Nexus of Technology and Geopolitics
By Ian Bremmer and Ali Wyne
The tightening nexus of geopolitics and geotechnology will make U.S.-China competition increasingly fraught. But Taiwan’s core challenge is not a near-term crisis.