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U.S. Taiwan policy

The Case for Renaming TECRO
October 21, 2021

The Case for Renaming TECRO

By Chien-Huei Wu and Nai-Yu Chen
Renaming Taiwan’s de facto embassy in the U.S. to “Taiwan Representative Office” would be both meaningful and consistent with U.S. foreign policy.

Did Biden’s Taiwan Remarks Represent a US Policy Change?
August 24, 2021

Did Biden’s Taiwan Remarks Represent a US Policy Change?

By Gerrit van der Wees
“Strategic ambiguity” is not a policy; it is a tactic. The difference matters.
Why Taiwan Matters to the United States
August 23, 2021

Why Taiwan Matters to the United States

By John Bolton and Derik R. Zitelman
Washington has strategic, economic, and normative reasons for safeguarding the island from Chinese coercion.

Dire Straits: Taiwan’s Fragile Status Quo
July 03, 2021

Dire Straits: Taiwan’s Fragile Status Quo

By Hanns W. Maull
For Taipei, Beijing, and Washington, the standoff is about national identities as much as territory.

China-US Rivalry: The Taiwan Factor
June 03, 2021

China-US Rivalry: The Taiwan Factor

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Russell Hsiao.

Why US Strategic Ambiguity Is Safer for Taiwan
April 27, 2021

Why US Strategic Ambiguity Is Safer for Taiwan

By Simon Shin-wei Chen, Wang Kai-chun , and Samuel Hui
U.S. strategic ambiguity toward Taiwan restricts any unilateral decisions by both sides of the strait that could potentially escalate the situation.

More and More Taiwanese Favor Independence – and Think the US Would Help Fight for It
December 03, 2020

More and More Taiwanese Favor Independence – and Think the US Would Help Fight for It

By Dennis V. Hickey
The latest Taiwan National Security Survey contains both good and bad news for cross-strait stability.
Support for Trump in Hong Kong and Taiwan Is Unsurprising (But Misguided)
November 17, 2020

Support for Trump in Hong Kong and Taiwan Is Unsurprising (But Misguided)

By Ja Ian Chong
Worry about the reliability of Democratic presidents is based on a selective reading of past and current events.

‘Strategic Clarity’ Won’t Solve the United States’ Taiwan Dilemma
October 09, 2020

‘Strategic Clarity’ Won’t Solve the United States’ Taiwan Dilemma

By Andy Zelleke
An open commitment to defend Taiwan won’t mean much unless the U.S. has the certain capacity to do so.

US Presidential Elections 2020: The Taiwan Factor
October 05, 2020

US Presidential Elections 2020: The Taiwan Factor

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Elizabeth Freund Larus.

From the Deal to Decoupling: Trump’s Evolution on China
September 17, 2020

From the Deal to Decoupling: Trump’s Evolution on China

By Bonnie Girard
How far can the administration push without completely upending the foundations of the U.S.-China relationship? We might be about to find out.
The End of Strategic Ambiguity in the Taiwan Strait
September 13, 2020

The End of Strategic Ambiguity in the Taiwan Strait

By Eric Chan
The collapse of confidence in long-term advantage means the era of strategic ambiguity is over.

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