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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.

Diplomacy Under Different Rules: How an NGO Dictates American Diplomacy in Taiwan
September 24, 2021

Diplomacy Under Different Rules: How an NGO Dictates American Diplomacy in Taiwan

By Rachel Bernstein and Scott Singer
A primer on the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), and how it influences the delicate China-Taiwan-U.S. triangle.
The Road Ahead for Taiwan-US Relations
July 17, 2021

The Road Ahead for Taiwan-US Relations

By Melissa Conley Tyler
Increased U.S. support has raised hopes in Taiwan – and some of those expectations may be difficult for Washington to meet.

Taiwan, US Trade Officials Set to Meet in ‘Coming Weeks’
June 12, 2021

Taiwan, US Trade Officials Set to Meet in ‘Coming Weeks’

By Nick Aspinwall
Trade talks might be back on the agenda, picking up the momentum from a flurry of late action by the Trump administration.

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

China-US Rivalry: The Taiwan Factor

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Russell Hsiao.

The US Must Defend Taiwan – From COVID-19
May 29, 2021

The US Must Defend Taiwan – From COVID-19

By Dennis V. Hickey
The U.S. commitment to Taiwan under the Taiwan Relations Act applies to more than just a military invasion.

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.

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