This week’s Taiwan Unraveled comes to you a little early due to me being on a trip to another part of Taiwan this week. The newsletter will be back to …
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Former Taiwan president Lee Teng-hui passed away on Thursday, July 30, at the age of 97. Lee was the first democratically-elected president and is cons…
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Taiwan’s government is worried about the growing chance of conflict, said Foreign Minister Joseph Wu. Given that China has several reasons to want to a…
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Taiwan’s annual Han Kuang military exercises saw combined arms battalions take part for the first time. The battalions were just formed in September 20…
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There are growing calls in Indian think tank and media circles for India to step up cooperation with Taiwan, both to counter China and to deepen econom…
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Taiwan has made an intriguing foreign diplomacy move by setting up official relations with Somaliland, an autonomous entity that is not recognized by m…
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Taiwan “strongly” condemned Hong Kong’s national security law after it came into effect on the night of June 30 and warned its citizens to be careful w…
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Taiwan’s premier Su Tseng-cheng calls out China for its frequent military flights near Taiwan in the Taiwan Strait. Chinese military planes have flown …
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Last Saturday, June 13, was a big day as both Black Lives Matter and a Hong Kong group held events in Taipei. The BLM rally saw at least 500 attend to …
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It finally happened. The people of Kaohsiung voted their mayor Han Guo-yu out of office in a historic referendum on June 6. Over 900,000 voters support…
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Taiwan’s coronavirus success and its global donations have led to a rise in patriotic pride and hopes of a greater international standing, according to…
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China dropped a bombshell last Thursday when it announced a national security law for Hong Kong that would in essence criminalize any form of criticism…
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