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The Trump administration's disregard for the rules-based world order doesn't mesh with its stated Indo-Pacific strategy. Here's how to fix that to the benefit of Taiwan.
The Taiwan Relations Act has provided for stability in US-Taiwan relations while allowing for enough ambiguity to keep Beijing at bay.
Taiwanese perceptions of Trump as a rational decision maker miss the mark, writes Brian Hioe.
The brunt of any consequences, positive or negative, to Tsai addressing US Congress would be felt by the people of Taiwan.
Misunderstandings on both sides handicap a robust and coherent US-Taiwan dialogue, writes Milo Hsieh.
The recent debate among US policy thinkers has barely bothered to mention what Taiwanese people want.