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Tsai Ing-wen

Observing Taiwan’s presidential election

Maggie Lewis, a law professor at Seton Hall University, discusses the recent presidential election in Taiwan, where she and other…

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China, Taiwan, and a dearth of ideas

Did Xi Jinping, in a January 2 speech, misjudge the will of the Taiwanese for self-dependence — and inadvertently revive…

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Chinese don’t fight Chinese, but they might invade your island

On New Year’s Day, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文 Cài Yīngwén) gave a speech (English, Chinese) in which she describes…

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How Trump’s call with Taiwan could affect U.S. goals in Asia

"China will likely now be looking for ways to punish Tsai for the incident," says Paul Haenle, the director of…

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Opinion: The wrong way to stand up to China

"Any successful strategy to change China’s calculations and behavior, however, requires several elements — chief among them clarity and consistency,"…

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Trump economic adviser says ‘screw ’em!’ if China is upset by Taiwan call

"Taiwan is our ally," said Stephen Moore in a radio interview. "That is a country that we have backed because…

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Taiwan city planning a makeover says a Trump agent showed interest

A September meeting between a woman who claimed to represent Trump’s business interests and backers of the largest development project…

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Drop the One China fiction — just not this way

Trump’s action bypassed the mechanisms we have in place for the conduct of foreign policy, usurped the prerogative of a…

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China and Taiwan struggle over Sun Yat-sen’s legacy

The defeat of the Nationalist Party, founded by Sun Yat-sen, in Taiwan's elections this year may decrease the late leader's…

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