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The Realist Underpinnings of China’s Taiwan Strategy
August 13, 2022

The Realist Underpinnings of China’s Taiwan Strategy

By Corey Lee Bell
Yes, “reunification” is a matter of national pride and prestige for China. But isolating Taiwan also serves a critical strategic function – and that helps explain Beijing’s response to Pelosi’s visit.

Time for a US Pivot on Taiwan Policy
October 05, 2016

Time for a US Pivot on Taiwan Policy

By Rep. Steve Chabot
A critical US ally has unnecessarily been left out of the mix: Taiwan.
Taiwan to Receive New US Anti-Ship Missile Gun System for Warships
August 17, 2016

Taiwan to Receive New US Anti-Ship Missile Gun System for Warships

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Taiwan’s navy will receive 13 sets of Phalanx close-in weapons systems as part of a larger U.S. arms package.

US Approves New Taiwan Arms Sale Package Worth $1.83 Billion
December 17, 2015

US Approves New Taiwan Arms Sale Package Worth $1.83 Billion

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Obama administration authorizes first arms sale to Taiwan in four years.

Diplomatic Access: Taiwan
December 17, 2015

Diplomatic Access: Taiwan

By Diplomatic Access
Lyushun Shen on Taiwan's role in the world and the Asia-Pacific, and its relationships with China and the U.S.

Could Taiwan Participate in RIMPAC?
May 19, 2015

Could Taiwan Participate in RIMPAC?

By Shannon Tiezzi
A House amendment to a defense spending bill could force the Pentagon to invite Taiwan to the RIMPAC exercises.

Forget F-16s for Taiwan: It's All About A2/AD
April 08, 2015

Forget F-16s for Taiwan: It's All About A2/AD

By Van Jackson
Taiwan doesn't need F-16s; it needs an anti-access strategy.
To Buy or Not to Buy? A Dilemma for Taiwan’s Navy
April 19, 2014

To Buy or Not to Buy? A Dilemma for Taiwan’s Navy

By J. Michael Cole
Taiwan's Navy is considering the purchase of Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigates. Does it really need them?

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