Taiwan’s COVID-19 Success Is Worryingly Smug
Beating the pandemic has made the government and people overly complacent about China.
Pineapple War Shows Taiwan Won’t Be Bullied by Beijing
But if democracies are to stand up to Chinese coercion, they will have to join forces.
Islands of Immunity
Why paranoid island states have done the best when it comes to fighting COVID-19.
Semiconductors and the U.S.-China Innovation Race
The lifeblood of high-tech industries, semiconductors are at the heart of intensifying U.S.-China strategic and economic competition. Escalating trade tensions between these two superpowers and a range of protective measures have had cascading impacts that are threatening global supply chains, firms’ competitiveness, and end-users’ access to these vital materials. FP Analytics' Special Report examines the interconnectivity and fragility of global supply chains and the central role of Taiwan in global tech competition.
Beijing’s Welcome Gift to Biden: More Threats and Tensions
If China is seeking a reset of relations, it has a strange way of showing it.
With Trump Gone, Taiwan Seeks Assurances From Biden Administration
But Biden and his team are likely to resist using Taiwan as a cudgel against China the way Trump did.
Taiwan Needs Allies, Not Partisans
Pompeo has set Taiwan up for repercussions without taking any responsibility himself.
Trump Team Makes Last-Minute Moves to Box In Biden on Foreign Policy
On Taiwan, Yemen, and Cuba, the Trump administration is laying political land mines for Biden on its way out the door.
East Asia Takes a Cautious Coronavirus Victory Lap
Here are five of our best pieces on how East Asia handled the pandemic.
How One Social Media App Is Beating Disinformation
Line and the Taiwanese government are working together to check facts.
Taiwan Is Beating Political Disinformation. The West Can Too.
With money and effort, a shared sense of truth can be reclaimed.
Biden Will Speak Softer but Act Stronger on Taiwan
U.S. support will be strengthened, but Trump’s provocations will disappear.
Is an Undecided U.S. Presidential Election a National Security Threat?
As U.S. states count votes, are foreign states seeking to undermine American interests from East Asia to East Africa?
Xi Doesn’t Need to Invade Taiwan Right Now
An uncertain U.S. presidency creates the risk of opportunism, but the dangers are too high for Beijing.
Taiwan Is More Than a Pawn to Be Sacrificed to China
Here are all the reasons why the country and its people matter.
China Keeps Inching Closer to Taiwan
The United States needs to get serious about defending the island nation—here’s how.