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As Taiwan Watches US Election, It May Need Time to Trust a Biden Administration
November 06, 2020

As Taiwan Watches US Election, It May Need Time to Trust a Biden Administration

By Nick Aspinwall
Joe Biden projects as a strong supporter of Taiwan should he win the presidency, but people in Taiwan still feel jilted by perceived slights by past Democratic administrations.

KMT Pushes for Formal US-Taiwan Ties in Course Change for Beijing-Friendly Party
October 09, 2020

KMT Pushes for Formal US-Taiwan Ties in Course Change for Beijing-Friendly Party

By Nick Aspinwall
Two recently passed resolutions hint at a strategic shift within the KMT, but could also be aimed at fracturing the ruling DPP’s careful approach toward relations with the U.S.
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.

What If Washington Had Supported Taiwanese Independence in the 1990s?
September 26, 2020

What If Washington Had Supported Taiwanese Independence in the 1990s?

By Robert Farley
This is not to say that taking a hard line on China would have been popular within the United States, politically possible, or even a good idea. But what if?

Lee Teng-hui’s Memorial Service Provides Catalyst for Diplomatic Outreach to Taiwan
September 22, 2020

Lee Teng-hui’s Memorial Service Provides Catalyst for Diplomatic Outreach to Taiwan

By Shannon Tiezzi
In addition to a U.S. under secretary of state, a former Japanese prime minister was also in attendance.

US Envoy to United Nations Meets With Taiwan Official in New York
September 18, 2020

US Envoy to United Nations Meets With Taiwan Official in New York

By Associated Press
The “historic” meeting comes amid a growing U.S. campaign to give Taiwan a voice in international bodies.

Taiwan and US Pledge Health Partnership, Possible Trade Agreement After Azar Visit
August 14, 2020

Taiwan and US Pledge Health Partnership, Possible Trade Agreement After Azar Visit

By Nick Aspinwall
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen said Thursday her country would seek a trade agreement and closer security ties with the United States.
US Health Secretary Alex Azar to Visit Taiwan in Rare Cabinet-Level Exchange
August 07, 2020

US Health Secretary Alex Azar to Visit Taiwan in Rare Cabinet-Level Exchange

By Nick Aspinwall
Azar plans to meet with several top officials to promote U.S.-Taiwan cooperation on the COVID-19 pandemic.

After COVID-19, It’s Time for Washington to Embrace a Bolder Taiwan Strategy
June 13, 2020

After COVID-19, It’s Time for Washington to Embrace a Bolder Taiwan Strategy

By Craig Singleton
The time has come for a rethink of U.S. Taiwan policy.

Look at Taiwan in Its Own Right
June 05, 2020

Look at Taiwan in Its Own Right

By Gerrit van der Wees
A recent article by Daniel Russel continues a long, flawed tradition of viewing Taiwan as a subset of U.S.-China relations.

US Approves Sale of Heavy Weight Torpedoes for Taiwan
May 21, 2020

US Approves Sale of Heavy Weight Torpedoes for Taiwan

By Ankit Panda
The possible sale has an estimated value of $180 million.
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.

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