OPINION: The Rise of Eccentric Third Parties in Taiwan and UK

David Evans

In both the U.K. and Taiwan, a third force is disrupting the longtime two-party political balance.


Vibrant yet Dangerous: Taiwan’s Democracy Flies Sunward

David Green

The pace of change in the legislative yuan is breathtaking and illustrative of a vibrant young democracy, but changes to referendum laws open a Pandora’s box.  


The Trials of Keeping the International System Afloat: EU–China Relations in the Trump Era

Silvia Menegazzi

In a post-Brexit scenario, the EU strategy of prioritizing democracy-first, rule-of-law and human rights discourses with China may not be sustainable over economic pragmatism.


The Russian Variable in Post-Brexit UK Foreign Relations with China, the US and EU

The post-Brexit context reveals an opportunity for the UK to benefit from the existing Sino-Russian relations in Eurasia and the changing interests of the US in Europe.


BREXIT, China and the Prospects for an FTA

Michael Reilly

Would an FTA between the UK and China make any significant difference to existing trade patterns?


The UK and China: Resetting the Relationship

Rod Wye

A strong economic relationship with China remains a key objective of post-Brexit UK foreign policy, but what does the UK have to look out for when establishing a new relationship with China?


U.K. Tries to Quell Brexit Fears in Taipei

Edward White

'If I can reassure you, and get that into your papers and broadcast media, that is what I am seeking to do here.'


DDG Puts Its Bets on Taiwan

David Green

The Brexit decision shows how low thresholds can result in disaster, but being bold is often the only way to succeed.


What Brexit Would Mean For Asia

Shuhei Omi

The Brexit vote this week looms over Europe, but how will it affect Asia? A quick tour d'horizon.

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