April 15, 2019

Building a Better Status Quo

By: Ian Easton | The Taipei Times | This month gaggles of distinguished diplomats, politicians, and military officers will gather together in Washington and Taipei to celebrate the […]
March 4, 2019

Taiwan’s Nuclear Weapons Problem

By: Ian Easton | The Taipei Times | Taipei faces a potentially frightful future. The leaders of the People’s Republic of China (PRC, China) are building up their […]
February 27, 2019

Making the Case for Tibet

By: Ellen Bork | THE AMERICAN INTEREST | Forty-nine days of Tibetan Buddhist rites for Lodi Gyaltsen Gyari ended this past Monday, December 17 in a […]
February 14, 2019

A Golden Opportunity for a U.S.-Taiwan Free Trade Agreement

By: Dan Blumenthal and Mike Mazza | The United States and Taiwan can create a free trade agreement (FTA) that serves the interests of both sides. […]
February 12, 2019

China’s Cognitive Warfare

By: Rachael Burton and Devin Stewart| CARNEGIE COUNCIL| On February 11th, the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs interviewed Rachael Burton on “China’s Cognitive Warfare” […]
January 15, 2019

America’s China Shock

By: Ian Easton | The Taipei Times | Last year, following decades of intense denial, the United States government made a shocking admission: It is locked in strategic […]
January 6, 2019

China’s Top Five War Plans

By: Ian Easton | This publication breaks down Beijing’s likely top five war plans to understand what may be driving China’s military reorganization and reform campaign. Easton analyzes […]
December 4, 2018

Why is Beijing Arming to the Teeth?

By: Ian Easton | The Taipei Times | The People’s Republic of China (PRC) is building up its military power in a sweeping and destabilizing fashion. Its principle […]
November 24, 2018

Here’s What the Chinese Communist Party Wants You to Forget About Taiwan

By: Ellen Bork | THE WASHINGTON POST |  The people of Taiwan have been taking part Saturday in local elections — an event that people across […]
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