Taiwan needs anti-access strategy, but it also needs an air force to complement it.
There are good reasons to think that the UN Charter allows Japan and the US to come to Taiwan’s defense.
Co-author: Misato Matsuoka*. Japan does not have it easy among its neighbors. Koreans (from both Koreas) and Chinese won’t miss a chance to slam Japan for lack of repentance for […]
Last Thursday, Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement exited the Legislative Yuan – which it had occupied for full three weeks – but the debate over its impact, both domestic and external, is […]
Towards the end of second week into the occupation of Taiwan’s parliament by students and other protesters, there is still no sign of resolution. The protesters oppose the Cross-Strait Service Trade Agreement […]
Co-author: Jonathan Sullivan* Published in The Diplomat. Later today Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) Minister Wang Yu-chi will travel to China to meet his counterpart, Zhang Zhijun Director of China’s Taiwan Affairs Office (TAO). It […]