As China is growing its influence on Taiwan's economy, how does Taiwan parlay this political and economic pressure into motivation for growth via its own economic statecraft?
As the new Biden administration takes office, its response to China's diplomatic stance will greatly influence the US-China relations in the upcoming four years.
Kristen Looney, Assistant Professor at Georgetown University, tackles the question of how countries achieve rural development and offers a new way of thinking about East Asia's political economy [...]
The Defense Department's latest report to Congress on China's military highlights U.S. concerns about the country's strengthening force posture.
by Lisa Kelley This three-part article series will discuss the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China from the perspective of Taiwan, focusing primarily on Taiwan’s [...]
With a shared history, culture, and language, some view Taiwan’s democracy as the main barrier to unification across the Strait. While the adoption of democratic political institutions has [...]
The UC San Diego School of Global Policy and Strategy and the 21st Century China Program are host to some of the world’s leading China watchers. In this column, China […]
On January 16th, 2016, Tsai Ing-wen, candidate of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), won the fourth presidential election of Taiwan with 56.4 percent of the vote, nearly twice as much […]