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Taiwan Tightens Pandemic Measures After First Local COVID-19 Case Since April
January 01, 2021

Taiwan Tightens Pandemic Measures After First Local COVID-19 Case Since April

By Nick Aspinwall
Taiwan is tightening borders as a new, more contagious variant of COVID-19 spreads around the world.

Biden and the Credibility Conundrum: What If China Attacks Taiwan?
December 22, 2020

Biden and the Credibility Conundrum: What If China Attacks Taiwan?

By Robert Farley
American presidents have worried about the credibility of their threats since the beginning of the Nuclear Age.
Taiwan Starts Production of First Domestically Made Submarines
November 28, 2020

Taiwan Starts Production of First Domestically Made Submarines

By Nick Aspinwall
President Tsai Ing-wen called the submarine production crucial to Taiwan’s development of asymmetric warfare capabilities.

China and the Coming Biden Presidency
November 14, 2020

China and the Coming Biden Presidency

By Ankit Panda
How will U.S. President-elect Joe Biden manage the U.S.-China relationship?

Chinese Misbehavior Increases Support for Taiwan 
October 24, 2020

Chinese Misbehavior Increases Support for Taiwan 

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Beijing’s pressure on Taiwan and on other countries is generating greater sympathy and support for Taiwan.

Taiwan Debates Military Preparedness Measures as Chinese Threats Escalate
October 03, 2020

Taiwan Debates Military Preparedness Measures as Chinese Threats Escalate

By Nick Aspinwall
Taiwan is considering an increase in reservist call-ups as the U.S. mulls abandoning its longtime policy of “strategic ambiguity.”

What If Washington Had Supported Taiwanese Independence in the 1990s?
September 26, 2020

What If Washington Had Supported Taiwanese Independence in the 1990s?

By Robert Farley
This is not to say that taking a hard line on China would have been popular within the United States, politically possible, or even a good idea. But what if?
Chinese Jets Intrude Taiwan Air Defense Zone for Second Day
September 11, 2020

Chinese Jets Intrude Taiwan Air Defense Zone for Second Day

By Steven Stashwick
Taiwan issued warnings and condemned the flights as it conducted its own military drills.

Has Taiwanese Public Opinion on Same-Sex Marriage Changed?
September 11, 2020

Has Taiwanese Public Opinion on Same-Sex Marriage Changed?

By Timothy S. Rich and Isabel Eliassen
Over a year since legalization, how have public opinions in Taiwan shifted around the question of same-sex marriage?

How China and Taiwan Became ‘Pawns’ in Solomon Islands’ Internal Dispute
September 09, 2020

How China and Taiwan Became ‘Pawns’ in Solomon Islands’ Internal Dispute

By Grant Wyeth
The question of recognizing China vs. Taiwan has been weaponized in a long-standing dispute between Malaita and the central Solomon Islands government.

How Does China View the Notion of a New ‘Cold War’?
August 07, 2020

How Does China View the Notion of a New ‘Cold War’?

By Ankit Panda
As U.S.-China relations fray, how does Beijing assess the situation?
Taiwan Legislature Moves to Explore Renaming China Airlines, Emphasizing ‘Taiwan’ on Passports
July 24, 2020

Taiwan Legislature Moves to Explore Renaming China Airlines, Emphasizing ‘Taiwan’ on Passports

By Nick Aspinwall
The resolutions, passed Wednesday, do not mandate the changes but could lead to the renaming of Taiwan’s flag carrier and a redesign of its passports.

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