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US, Chinese Warships’ Near Miss in Taiwan Strait Hints at Ongoing Troubled Diplomatic Waters, Despite Chatter About Talks
It was the second near miss in the space of just a few weeks. In late May, a Chinese plane crossed in front of an American surveillance aircraft above the South China Sea.
Taiwan: Sexual Misconduct Allegations Spark Law Reform
The Executive Yuan proposed increasing penalties for employers who sexually harass or attack their employees.
China’s Strong-Arming Won’t Work in Marcos’ Philippines
China lost sight that the Philippines — like many ASEAN countries — is a post-colonial state, sensitive to the raw ambition of superpowers to dominate and bend them against their will. Beijing overlooked the determination of many domestic actors in these countries to defend their national interest.
Taiwan’s Ruling Party Rocked by Sexual Harassment Allegations
Local media have dubbed the string of events Taiwan’s “MeToo” moment.
Taiwan and Burkina Faso: A Tumultuous History of Cooperation and Estrangement
"I am now trying to promote Burkinabè culture in Taiwan. I often speak in primary schools where I talk about Africa and the education system in Africa and my students who are around 12 years old are very moved when they see the difference between the education systems. and they want to know more about Burkina Faso and Africa in general."
The Czech Republic Leads on Taiwan, but the EU Won’t Follow
While the EU and its member states are changing their approach toward Taiwan, the level of Czech engagement likely will remain unmatched.
Tiananmen Square: Taiwan Hopes for Future ‘Without Fear’
On the 34th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown, President Tsai voiced hope that China’s youth will soon be able to freely express themselves. More than 20 people were detained at a vigil in Hong Kong.
Swedish Prime Minister Says Tensions in Taiwan Strait Affect Europe
In October, the prime minister voiced concerns about China’s military threats to Taiwan in his inaugural address to the parliament.
How Will Taiwan’s Next President Approach Relations With Washington and Beijing?
Much like the 2020 elections, the results of the 2024 elections are crucial to Taiwan’s future in the face of increasing Chinese aggressions.