Nauru Switches Ties From Taipei to Beijing
By Dechlan Brennan
In the immediate aftermath of Taiwan’s elections, in which the DPP retained the presidency, Nauru announced its decision to establish diplomatic relations with China.
How Should Beijing Engage with the Next Taiwanese Administration?
By Zhuoran Li
Regardless of who wins Taiwan’s January 13 election, Beijing will have a golden opportunity to initiate talks without preconditions.
In Australia, Taiwan’s Foreign Minister Appeals to Shared Values
By Grant Wyeth
Although the Australian government avoided any direct contact with the foreign minister, it undoubtedly paid close attention to what he said at a talk this week in Melbourne.
Debt Bondage in Space, and Taiwan
By Peter Bengtsen
Sky-high recruitment fees and debts for migrant workers lurk behind the Taiwanese firms supplying multinational satellite, electronic, and car companies.
The Case for an Alliance of Semiconductor Producing Nations
By Carisa Nietsche
The “Semi7” would include countries making meaningful contributions to the semiconductor value chain and that share similar goals.
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.
With Eyes on Taiwan, Okinawan Islands Seek Shelter
By Mina Pollmann
As tensions around Taiwan increase, remote Okinawan islands look to prepare for a possible conflict by investing in evacuation shelters and other defensive infrastructure.
Taiwan’s Energy (In)security: Between Green Ambitions vs. Fossil Fuel Realities
By Vladimira Lickova
The nuclear phase-out is undermining Taiwan’s energy security, but it may be politically difficult for the DPP to change course.
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.
How the Baltics Can Help Boost Civil Defense in Taiwan
By Daniel Fu
As Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia move to deepen relations with Taiwan, they also have a lot to offer in terms of civil defense cooperation.
Unclear Who Would Aid Taiwan in a War, Foreign Minister Says
By Associated Press
Joseph Wu said Taiwan, with a population of 23 million compared to China's 1.4 billion, has to defend itself and is not asking other countries to fight for it.
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.