It is anxieties about Taiwan's place in the world which undergird arguments for Taiwan’s entrance into the TPP. But in joining the TPP, what do we risk in terms in terms of the values we are willing to throw overboard?
Tsai Ing-Wen’s recent twelve-day tour of the United States has been hailed as a success. It remains to be seen at a future point in time whether the visit was genuinely successful or not. But why was the trip necessary to begin with?