In the NewsMar 29, 2023
Assistant Director Kitsch Liao and Nonresident Fellow Wen-Ti Sung quoted in the Washington Post on Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen’s visit to the U.S.
On February 20, Nonresident Fellow Tuvia Gering was quoted in the South China Morning Post on Iranian President Raisi's visit to Beijing.
UkraineAlertMar 15, 2023
Taiwan supports Ukraine and studies country’s response to Russian invasion
By Kira Rudik
Taiwan has emerged over the past year as one of Ukraine's strongest supporters in Asia with many Taiwanese viewing the Ukrainian wartime experience as a model for their own potential confrontation with China.
Experts reactMar 15, 2023
Experts react: Honduras is establishing ties with China. What should Taiwan and the US do?
By Atlantic Council experts
With the switch, Taiwan will only be formally recognized by thirteen countries. Our experts weigh in on what it means for Honduras, China, and the United States.
In the NewsMar 10, 2023
Alden on La7 Omnibus discussing China and Taiwan
On February 26, Scowcroft Strategy Initiative nonresident senior fellow Alexander Alden’s appeared on the Italian talk show La7 Omnibus where he debated Victor Gao, a media spokesperson for the Chinese Communist Party. Alden asserted that the Chinese peace plan for Ukraine is propaganda and emphasized that, on the topic of Taiwan, no use of force […]
In the NewsFeb 21, 2023
Assistant Director Kitsch Liao quoted in Financial Times on the impacts of Chinese spy balloons in Taiwanese airspace
On February 12, 2023, Global China Hub Assistant Director Kitsch Liao spoke to the Financial Times about the operational utility of Chinese spy balloons, especially those recently revealed to have made regular flights over Taiwan.
In the NewsJan 1, 2023
Assistant Director Kitsch Liao quoted in Financial Times on Taiwan’s military conscription reforms
On January 1, 2023, Global China Hub Assistant Director Kitsch Liao was quoted in the Financial Times, discussing Taiwan's extension of mandatory conscription from four months to one year.
Issue BriefDec 20, 2022
Taiwan’s engagement with the world: Evaluating past hurdles, present complications, and future prospects
By Jessica Drun
Since Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) took office in May 2016, relations across the Taiwan Strait have grown increasingly tense—and even more so following the visit of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in August 2022.
ReportDec 5, 2022
Taiwan: The key to containing China in the Indo-Pacific
By John B. Barranco
2021-2022 Senior Marine Corps Fellow John Barranco considers the role of the US-Taiwanese relationship in deterring Chinese aggression and ways in which the United States can strengthen this relationship.
New AtlanticistNov 21, 2022
Our military insiders’ views of the new National Defense Strategy
By Atlantic Council military fellows
The Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security’s military fellows weighed in on the NDS, addressing potential gaps between budgets and strategy, and more.
In the NewsNov 16, 2022
Roberts in Bloomberg, Foreign Affairs, and CNN
On November 15, IPSI Senior Fellow Dexter Tiff Roberts was featured in Foreign Affairs Asks the Experts, on whether the United States should adopt an official policy pledging the use of military force to defend Taiwan in the event of a Chinese invasion. On November 14, in a Bloomberg Businessweek Podcast, he shared his thoughts […]