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Is the ‘1992 Consensus‘ Fading Away in the Taiwan Strait?
June 02, 2020

Is the ‘1992 Consensus‘ Fading Away in the Taiwan Strait?

By Derek Grossman
Beijing and Taipei‘s nebulous common understanding is not what it used to be.
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen Begins Her Second Term
May 21, 2020

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen Begins Her Second Term

By Nick Aspinwall
Tsai thanked the Taiwanese people for their unity and resilience in containing the COVID-19 outbreak and offered to engage in dialogue with Beijing.

The Precarious Triangle: China, Taiwan, and United States
May 15, 2020

The Precarious Triangle: China, Taiwan, and United States

By Zoe Leung
Taiwan has become the most dangerous flashpoint in U.S.-China relations.

Tsai Ing-wen 2.0
May 01, 2020

Tsai Ing-wen 2.0

By Lev Nachman and Jessica Drun
Tsai’s first term had its successes and failures, yet she still won a historic re-election victory. What can she deliver in her second term?

No, Taiwan’s President Isn’t ‘Pro-Independence’
April 23, 2020

No, Taiwan’s President Isn’t ‘Pro-Independence’

By Lev Nachman and Brian Hioe
Calling Tsai Ing-wen “pro-independence” isn’t just lazy; it’s wrong.
China’s Worrying Military Exercises Near Taiwan 
April 17, 2020

China’s Worrying Military Exercises Near Taiwan 

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
China’s moves in the region, despite the pandemic, are only likely to generate fear and inspire greater cooperation with Washington.  

Report: Beijing Ups Pressure on Taipei’s Sole Remaining African Diplomatic Partner
February 11, 2020

Report: Beijing Ups Pressure on Taipei’s Sole Remaining African Diplomatic Partner

By Ankit Panda
The pressure on Eswatini increased after Tsai Ing-wen's January 2020 election victory.
The Coronavirus Outbreak Presents an Opportunity for Cross-Strait Rapprochement
February 07, 2020

The Coronavirus Outbreak Presents an Opportunity for Cross-Strait Rapprochement

By Jo Kim
Taipei and Beijing could both extend olive branches in the name of a public health emergency that would otherwise be politically infeasible.

Is This the End of the 1992 Consensus?
January 30, 2020

Is This the End of the 1992 Consensus?

By Zihao Liu
The 1992 Consensus is being challenged by each of the three major forces shaping cross-strait relations: the DPP, the KMT, and Beijing.

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.

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