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2018/11/15 | Paul Huang

Taiwan Is Building Long Range Cruise Missiles That Aim Deep Inside China

By empowering its cruise missile program, Taiwan is taking its gloves off in its cross-Strait standoff.

2018/09/14 | Taiwan Insight

Embassy Analysis: The American Institute in Taiwan vs Trump's Jerusalem Move

Look to Jerusalem for a read on the significance of this summer's opening of a new complex for Taiwan's de facto embassy.

2018/09/01 | Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine

How the American Institute in Taiwan Grew From Uncertain Beginnings

Establishing the AIT, which recently opened its new complex in Neihu, took a combination of diplomatic resilience and timely penny-pinching.

2018/07/06 | Timothy S. Rich and Andi Dahmer

OPINION: It's Time for Taiwan's Allies to Consider Their Own Taiwan Relations Act

China's heightened aggression towards Taiwan should be met with a legal response that shows democratic allies' willingness to come to Taiwan's aid.

2018/07/02 | David Green

Q&A: TECO New York's Brian Su on Fighting for Taiwan Against China

After writing to The Wall Street Journal to make quite clear that 'Taiwan Is Not a Part of the People’s Republic', Brian Su talks about the importance and strategy of raising Taiwan's international profile.

2018/06/21 | Dean Karalekas

OPINION: After AIT Opening, It's Time to Stop Downplaying US-Taiwan Ties

Despite hype over the potential for Washington to make a real statement about its support for Taiwan at the opening of the new AIT complex, the end result was familiarly low-key.

2018/05/21 | David Green

AIT Director Moy Affirms US Commitment to Taiwan ahead of New Complex Opening

AIT Director Kin Moy offered few clues as to what to expect ahead of a milestone moment in US-Taiwan relations.