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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.
President Tsai Nominates Justices for Constitutional Court Vacancies
The Constitution allows presidents to appoint all 15 members of the Constitutional Court.
House Speaker McCarthy States ‘Unwavering’ US Support for Taiwan
“This is not our intention to escalate,” McCarthy said. “We want to continue to build and foster democracy and freedom. There should be no fear.”
Taiwan’s Military Conscription in 2024
Taiwan needs to overhaul its current training methods in accordance with the Overall Defense Concept to make the most out of the reform taking place in 2024.
What Tsai Ing-wen’s Resignation From DPP Leadership Means
With the 2024 DPP nomination favored to go to Vice President Lai Ching-te, attention is now on whether he will deviate from President Tsai’s cross strait policy.
Deterrence Across the Taiwan Strait Demands a Diplomatic Touch
A survey in 2022 showed that simply informing citizens in Taiwan that the U.S. would come to help them in a war created a significant boost in their willingness to defend themselves.
The DPP Lost Because Taiwanese Livelihoods Have Not Improved
The DPP once had ambitions to usher in a new era, not only politically, but also economically. Now a lack of a social welfare program is costing the DPP local elections.
Taiwan’s Foreign Minister: Biden-Xi Meeting Conducive to Taiwan Strait Stability
“There’s been no official contact between Taiwan and China for quite some time. If the United States is able to talk to the Chinese side some of the concerns on the Taiwanese side, that will be very helpful to Taiwan as well.”
European Lawmakers Visit Taiwan, Taking Different Path from Scholz
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz set out on a high-profile visit to Beijing while lawmakers from seven European countries and the European Union were winding up a show of solidarity in Taiwan.
The Tsai Administration Is Silent on Lula’s Victory. What Would It Take for That To Change?
The Tsai administration’s passing on an opportunity to demonstrate support for democracy in Brazil is disappointing. All the more so because in 2018, Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued immediate congratulations to Bolsonaro on the day of his presidential election.