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How the Biden Administration Can Support Taiwan
April 30, 2021

How the Biden Administration Can Support Taiwan

By Chip Gregson, Russell Hsiao, and Stephen Young
Deterring Chinese coercion will take a concerted effort across the economic, political, and military fronts.

Beijing’s Military-Heavy Approach to Taiwan Locks the US and China in a Security Dilemma
April 20, 2021

Beijing’s Military-Heavy Approach to Taiwan Locks the US and China in a Security Dilemma

By Jo Kim
Beijing’s non-military options for coercing Taiwan are showing dwindling returns, meaning China is increasingly using military signaling to respond to any perceived provocation.
Biden Delegation Pledges US Support for Taiwan Self-Defense
April 17, 2021

Biden Delegation Pledges US Support for Taiwan Self-Defense

By Nick Aspinwall
An unofficial delegation led by former Senator Chris Dodd completed a three-day visit to Taiwan in a show of support from the Biden administration.

US Ambassador Makes First Visit to Taiwan in More Than 40 Years
April 01, 2021

US Ambassador Makes First Visit to Taiwan in More Than 40 Years

By Eleanor Albert
A visit from Palau’s president also highlighted a milestone for Taiwan-U.S. relations.

Taiwan Promotes ‘Freedom Pineapples’ in Response to Chinese Import Ban
March 06, 2021

Taiwan Promotes ‘Freedom Pineapples’ in Response to Chinese Import Ban

By Nick Aspinwall
The U.S. and Canada are among the countries promoting Taiwanese pineapples after China moved to block all imports of the fruits, citing biosecurity concerns.

What to Expect From US-Taiwan Relations in 2021 (and Beyond)
February 11, 2021

What to Expect From US-Taiwan Relations in 2021 (and Beyond)

By Shannon Tiezzi
In an exclusive interview, Taiwan’s Ambassador Hsiao Bi-khim discusses U.S.-Taiwan ties under the Biden administration.

US Brushes Off Chinese Threat That Taiwan Independence ‘Means War’
February 01, 2021

US Brushes Off Chinese Threat That Taiwan Independence ‘Means War’

By Nick Aspinwall
There was unfounded speculation that Joe Biden would neglect Taiwan’s defense needs, but the first week of his relationship with Taipei has shown good signs.
The Trump Administration’s Final China Push
January 22, 2021

The Trump Administration’s Final China Push

By Ben Lowsen
The Trump administration in its waning hours took more aggressive measures against Beijing. Has it locked new President Biden into a needlessly hostile policy?

Biden Administration Makes Early Outreach to Taiwan
January 21, 2021

Biden Administration Makes Early Outreach to Taiwan

By Shannon Tiezzi
For the first time since 1979, Taiwan’s representative in the U.S. received an official invitation to a U.S. presidential inauguration.

Taiwan Visit by Trump’s UN Envoy Canceled, Ending a Wild Ride in Taiwan-US Relations
January 18, 2021

Taiwan Visit by Trump’s UN Envoy Canceled, Ending a Wild Ride in Taiwan-US Relations

By Nick Aspinwall
The canceled visit by Ambassador Kelly Craft spared Taiwan an enlarged domestic controversy over its handling of the final days of the Trump administration.

The US Rescinded Its Taiwan Guidelines. What Does That Actually Mean?
January 12, 2021

The US Rescinded Its Taiwan Guidelines. What Does That Actually Mean?

By Gerrit van der Wees
A look at the history of the guidelines, and the timing and implications of the move to end them.
US Secretary of State Pompeo Lifts Restrictions on Exchanges With Taiwan
January 11, 2021

US Secretary of State Pompeo Lifts Restrictions on Exchanges With Taiwan

By Shannon Tiezzi
The announcement itself was not unexpected, but the timing -- just 11 days before a new administration takes office -- was.

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