Good policy making benefits from factually up-to-date, open-source analysis taking place in a public space and conducted by policy specialists, journalists, and scholars. This kind of analysis is even more […]
Despite its best intentions, Taiwan cannot be a major player in solving the South China Sea dispute.
Taiwan’s participation in RIMPAC exercise is still far away from realization despite push from the U.S. Congress
Co-author: Jonathan Sullivan* A calamitous performance in Saturday’s local elections confirmed 2014 as an annus horribilis for the Kuomintang (KMT) and its Chairman Ma Ying-jeou. The embattled Ma signaled on […]
Note: this is a longer version of an article published on The National Interest. It has become conventional wisdom when referring to the current state of ties between Taipei and Beijing […]
Co-author: Jonathan Sullivan* Published in The National Interest. The year of the horse began last week, but for Taiwan’s President Ma Ying-jeou (whose surname means horse) the signs are inauspicious. […]