Taiwan’s Self-Made Democracy Still Needs U.S. Partnership
A beacon of freedom is more essential than ever amid growing darkness.
The Billionaire and the Mayor Disrupting Taiwan’s Elections
Star politician Han Kuo-yu or Foxconn leader Terry Gou could lead the country — if they can convince people they don't work for China.
China’s Scare Tactics Prompt U.S. Fears of a Clash Over Taiwan
American military officials in the Pacific worry that U.S. and Chinese interests could collide in the island democracy.
U.S. Increasingly Concerned About a Chinese Attack on Taiwan
The Pentagon says reunification is the primary driver of China’s military modernization.
No Smiles Across the Taiwan Strait
Wars of words leave peace a long way off — and more aggression on the table.
Taiwanese Filmmakers Can’t Escape Beijing’s Grip
The market's in the mainland, but the freedom to create is in Taiwan.
Taiwan Can Win a War With China
Beijing boasts it can seize the island easily. The PLA knows better.
China’s Taiwan Strait Provocations Need a U.S. Response
The United States should respond to Beijing's aggression by upholding freedom of navigation.
Nice Democracy You’ve Got There. Be a Shame If Something Happened to It.
China's Communist Party is using thuggish proxies to disrupt Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Beijing’s Threats Against Taiwan Are Deadly Serious
China's leaders are giving up on political hopes of reunification — and considering military options.
China Threatens U.S. Airlines Over Taiwan References
Beijing is pressuring companies around the world to follow the party line on Taiwan sovereignty — or else.
Beijing Can’t Understand Taiwan’s Democracy
The Communist Party is baffled — and angered — by the new activism across the straits.
America Just Quietly Backed Down Against China Again
When China complained about a plan for the Navy to make port calls in Taiwan, Congress listened.
Wary of Trump, Taiwan Shies From Spotlight in President’s Asia Trip
Most countries love engagement and attention from the U.S. president. But Taiwan has been burned before.
Taiwan’s Economic Charm Offensive Hits Chinese Walls
The island is searching for new economic partners, but Beijing's hemming it in on every side it can.
Trump Comes Through for Taiwan With $1.3 Billion Arms Sale
The State Department notified Congress of the sale, relieving concerns about a prolonged delay to appease Beijing.
The Kremlin’s Newest Hybrid Warfare Asset: Gangsters
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.
Taiwan’s High Court Rules in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage
If parliament codifies it in the next two years, Taiwan will be a trailblazer in Asia.
Chinese Delegation Blows Up at Anti-Conflict Diamond Meeting to Sideline Taiwan
Sparking a diplomatic row with meeting host country Australia.
Ash Carter Won’t Leave Asia Quietly
A last ditch effort by Obama's Defense Secretary to soothe the nerves of Asian allies terrified by the next administration.