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Addressing Challenges Faced by Taiwan’s Migrant Workers
December 30, 2021

Addressing Challenges Faced by Taiwan’s Migrant Workers

By Huynh Tam Sang
The Taiwanese government has not paid sufficient consideration to migrant workers.

Taiwan to Host 1st WorldPride in East Asia: Why That’s Important
November 15, 2021

Taiwan to Host 1st WorldPride in East Asia: Why That’s Important

By Jason Bartlett
Kaohsiung beat out Washington D.C. to host WorldPride 2025.
Taiwan Says it is ‘Preparing For War,’ But Are Taiwanese Mentally Ready?
October 25, 2021

Taiwan Says it is ‘Preparing For War,’ But Are Taiwanese Mentally Ready?

By Liam Gibson
A persistent perception gap between public and policymakers may undermine government efforts to build the island’s resilience.

Tony Abbott in Taiwan: An Imperfect Messenger 
October 14, 2021

Tony Abbott in Taiwan: An Imperfect Messenger 

By Grant Wyeth
Abbott’s visit may have been counterproductive both for Taiwan itself and for Taiwan’s support in Australia.

Why Taiwan Matters to the United States
August 23, 2021

Why Taiwan Matters to the United States

By John Bolton and Derik R. Zitelman
Washington has strategic, economic, and normative reasons for safeguarding the island from Chinese coercion.

Long-Range Conventional Precision Strike: Taiwan’s Post-Nuclear Deterrent?
August 13, 2021

Long-Range Conventional Precision Strike: Taiwan’s Post-Nuclear Deterrent?

By Rowan Allport
Taipei has been quietly working on a conventional deterrent that lacks much of the nuclear option’s controversy.

Marriage Equality in Taiwan Hinges on Politics
June 23, 2021

Marriage Equality in Taiwan Hinges on Politics

By Zoe Leung
In past electoral politics, marriage equality was seldom a dominant issue, but the landscape is shifting and some barriers to equality remain in place.
The Chinese Are Coming – to Taiwan?
May 23, 2021

The Chinese Are Coming – to Taiwan?

By Amitai Etzioni
There are risks in hyping a threat.

Taiwan at the Nexus of Technology and Geopolitics 
May 14, 2021

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.

Taiwan Catches Two Chinese Nationals Arriving by Dinghy
May 08, 2021

Taiwan Catches Two Chinese Nationals Arriving by Dinghy

By Nick Aspinwall
At least one Chinese national said he had fled to Taiwan in search of “freedom and democracy,” raising questions about border security and refugee laws.

Palau President Visits Taiwan Despite Chinese Pressure
March 31, 2021

Palau President Visits Taiwan Despite Chinese Pressure

By Associated Press
In tow was the U.S. ambassador to Palau, John Hennessey-Niland, a further sign of Washington's support for Taiwan.
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.

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