Most countries love engagement and attention from the U.S. president. But Taiwan has been burned before.
The island is searching for new economic partners, but Beijing's hemming it in on every side it can.
Russia and other states have taken to hiring street gangs and thugs to do the sort of dirty work that even spies don't want to touch.
If parliament codifies it in the next two years, Taiwan will be a trailblazer in Asia.
Sparking a diplomatic row with meeting host country Australia.
A last ditch effort by Obama's Defense Secretary to soothe the nerves of Asian allies terrified by the next administration.
President Tsai Ing-Wen traveled to Central America to loosen China's grip on Taiwan. But will it work?
Trump might want to use the island as a bargaining chip - but for China, it's a matter of principle
The Vatican is one of Taipei's few remaining political allies, but the Holy Father's desire to deal with the mainland may end that.
Beijing had left daylight with Moscow on U.N. vote on Syria, but it suddenly shifted course and stymied U.S. goals after the president-elect’s weekend antics.
In dealing with Beijing, is this a brilliant bill or blunder and bluster?
Tsai Ing-wen says her unprecedented phone call doesn't signal a policy shift, but has she thought through all the risks?