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What’s Next for Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy in Tsai’s Second Term?
January 15, 2020

What’s Next for Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy in Tsai’s Second Term?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Tsai’s reelection offers a valuable opportunity to build on a key foreign policy priority.

Treading Choppy Waters: Cross-Strait Relations in Taiwan’s 2020 Presidential Election
January 15, 2020

Treading Choppy Waters: Cross-Strait Relations in Taiwan’s 2020 Presidential Election

By Pam Kennedy
Taiwan's presidential election was heavily influenced by cross-strait relations. What comes next?
Taiwan ‘Shouts Back’: President Tsai Wins Re-Election Despite China’s Pressure Campaign
January 12, 2020

Taiwan ‘Shouts Back’: President Tsai Wins Re-Election Despite China’s Pressure Campaign

By Shannon Tiezzi
Tsai Ing-wen won a landslide victory over her opponent, in a blow to Beijing's hopes.

Taiwan Candidates Rally as KMT Official Accused of Attempting to Bribe Chinese Defector
January 10, 2020

Taiwan Candidates Rally as KMT Official Accused of Attempting to Bribe Chinese Defector

By Nick Aspinwall
Wang Liqiang, the self-proclaimed Chinese spy, reportedly received death threats in an attempt to coerce him to recant his allegations and falsely implicate Taiwan’s DPP in corruption.

‘I Could Never Trust Them’: The China Factor in Taiwan’s Youth Vote
January 10, 2020

‘I Could Never Trust Them’: The China Factor in Taiwan’s Youth Vote

By Staś Butler
The Hong Kong protests are mobilizing Taiwan’s youth ahead of a pivotal election.

Election Aside, Taiwan’s Generation Gap Will Shape Relations With China
January 09, 2020

Election Aside, Taiwan’s Generation Gap Will Shape Relations With China

By Jeremy Huai-Che Chiang
Whatever the result of the election on Saturday, the surge in Taiwanese identity among young people is here to stay.

Beijing’s Fear of Taiwan Independence Under Tsai Steers Taiwan Away From Unification – Again
January 08, 2020

Beijing’s Fear of Taiwan Independence Under Tsai Steers Taiwan Away From Unification – Again

By Jo Kim
Why does so much of China's approach to Taiwan under the DPP seem self-defeating? Because Beijing believes it has no other choice.
Taiwan Heads to the Polls: What Are the Geopolitical Stakes?
January 07, 2020

Taiwan Heads to the Polls: What Are the Geopolitical Stakes?

By Ankit Panda
What are the stakes in Taiwan’s seventh direct presidential elections?

Taiwan Passes Anti-Infiltration Act Ahead of Election Amid Opposition Protests
January 03, 2020

Taiwan Passes Anti-Infiltration Act Ahead of Election Amid Opposition Protests

By Nick Aspinwall
President Tsai Ing-wen defended the new law, which is designed to curb Chinese influence in Taiwan’s politics. Opposition lawmakers slammed the act and pledged a review.

Taiwan’s 2020 Presidential Elections
December 12, 2019

Taiwan’s 2020 Presidential Elections

By Yoshiyuki Ogasawara
Incumbent Tsai Ing-wen has enjoyed a resurgence in support. Here’s why.

Tao Indigenous Community Demands Removal of Nuclear Waste From Taiwan’s Orchid Island
December 06, 2019

Tao Indigenous Community Demands Removal of Nuclear Waste From Taiwan’s Orchid Island

By Nick Aspinwall
Taiwan’s president offered compensation to indigenous residents for storing nuclear waste on Orchid Island without their consent. Tao elders promptly rejected the offer.
Bonnie Glaser on the Future of US-China Relations, Taiwan, and Indo-Pacific Strategy
December 04, 2019

Bonnie Glaser on the Future of US-China Relations, Taiwan, and Indo-Pacific Strategy

By Shannon Tiezzi, Juan Zhang, andRob La Terza
“I’m not very optimistic about the U.S.-China bilateral relationship in the near term…There are multiple conflicts of interest between the two countries.”

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