Ambiguity presents inherent danger to be misperceived as disinterest. There is an easy fix.
Beijing’s measured approach of making its presence felt has been effective so far, but it may yet lead rivals to join hands against it.
Whoever replaces President Ma Ying-jeou will have to deal with a number of enduring problems from Ma’s and previous presidents’ administrations.
The winner of the 2016 presidential election will have the unenviable responsibility of pushing Taiwan’s nascent indigenous submarine program forward.
Despite low-profile nature of the latest package, all the items on the list provide meaningful contribution to Taiwan’s defense
The Ma-Xi meeting was not a sign of positive developments in cross-strait relations
Taiwan’s fighter jet fleet and future procurement options (2015 update)
During the Taiwan Strait ‘hacker war’ of 1999, the National Security Bureau alone recorded 70,000 hits in a single month. By 2012, that number had reached 3.34 million. Is the nation ready to meet the challenge of cyber warfare?
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 […]