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Tsai Ing-wen’s Cross-Strait Policies: Vague By Design?
June 06, 2016

Tsai Ing-wen’s Cross-Strait Policies: Vague By Design?

By Katherine Wei
Taiwan's new president is vague on cross-strait ties, but that might be by design.
Taiwan's Dilemmas and Challenges After the 2016 Election
January 23, 2016

Taiwan's Dilemmas and Challenges After the 2016 Election

By Dingding Chen
Tsai Ing-wen may have won the election, but she faces a range of important challenges ahead.

The One Big Takeaway From Taiwan's Historic 2016 Election
January 19, 2016

The One Big Takeaway From Taiwan's Historic 2016 Election

By Ankit Panda
Saturday's election results emphasize that Beijing and Washington must take stock of a shifting Taiwanese identity.

Tsai Ing-wen's Victory Scripts a Path Forward for Taiwan
January 19, 2016

Tsai Ing-wen's Victory Scripts a Path Forward for Taiwan

By Rupakjyoti Borah
Tsai Ing-wen's challenge will be to push for change without upsetting a fragile cross-strait status quo.

After Young Taiwan Activist’s Suicide, Hundreds Storm Education Ministry
July 31, 2015

After Young Taiwan Activist’s Suicide, Hundreds Storm Education Ministry

By J. Michael Cole
Tension spikes in Taiwan as student activists flood the Ministry of Education.
Taiwanese Students Occupy Education Ministry Over Textbook Controversy
July 24, 2015

Taiwanese Students Occupy Education Ministry Over Textbook Controversy

By J. Michael Cole
Taiwanese students are up in arms regarding recent changes to the country's history textbooks.

The Strange Case of the KMT’s Hung Hsiu-chu
June 23, 2015

The Strange Case of the KMT’s Hung Hsiu-chu

By J. Michael Cole
The KMT is in a process of adjustment before the 2016 elections, but it seems to be moving in the wrong direction.
The Question That Is Never Asked: What Do the Taiwanese Want?
May 13, 2015

The Question That Is Never Asked: What Do the Taiwanese Want?

By J. Michael Cole
When debating Taiwan's fate, consider what the Taiwanese want.

Chu-Xi Meeting: Neither Historic Nor Groundbreaking
May 04, 2015

Chu-Xi Meeting: Neither Historic Nor Groundbreaking

By J. Michael Cole
Don't hold your breath for a "historic" cross-strait breakthrough.

Taiwan’s All-Volunteer Force Pains: There’s a Way Out
April 24, 2015

Taiwan’s All-Volunteer Force Pains: There’s a Way Out

By J. Michael Cole
Taiwan's politics are proving ruinous for the country's national defense. Here's what needs to be done.

As Tsai Ing-wen Enters Taiwan’s Presidential Race, the China Challenge Looms Large
April 17, 2015

As Tsai Ing-wen Enters Taiwan’s Presidential Race, the China Challenge Looms Large

By J. Michael Cole
As Tsai Ing-wen gears up to run for Taiwan's presidency, she will have to wrangle with a tough problem: China.
The Great Chinese Lie About Taiwan
April 11, 2015

The Great Chinese Lie About Taiwan

By J. Michael Cole
Taiwan wants many things. War isn't on that list.

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