Much of the media commentary to date about possible threats to American regional hegemony by China’s carrier group, fronted by its sole aircraft carrier the Liaoning, is largely meaningless political theater overhyped by the media
本文運用台灣國家安全調查報告（美國杜克大學政治系牛銘實教授主持）和政治大學選舉研究中心的長期調查資料，來描述台灣人是怎麼看待兩岸關係的現狀。本文的英文原版投稿至華盛頓郵報的Monkey Cage專欄，標題為：The Taiwanese see themselves as Taiwanese, not as Chinese。原本的目的是想要表達台灣人眼中的現狀是什麼，以及論述：其實現狀絕非靜止不動的，尤其，跟四十年前一中政策剛形成的時候相比，世界早已不同了！
Renewed contestation has erupted regarding Taiwan’s name, with China lodging protest over the renaming of Taiwan’s de facto embassy organization in Japan from the “Interchange Association (Japan)” to the “Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association”. Is this a sign that the Tsai administration plans on pushing for greater use of the name "Taiwan" internationally in the near future?
In a shocking turn of events, the island nation of São Tomé and Príncipe has broken off relations with Taiwan. Until this rupture, 22 nations across the world recognized Taipei, rather than pay obeisance to Beijing. Now that number drops to 21
The unpredictability of American foreign policy under Donald Trump seems to be summed up in a nutshell with recent Tweets by Trump suggesting that America will turn towards stockpiling nuclear arms, never mind the potential for disaster
Filipino president Rodrigo Duterte’s campaign of extrajudicial killings of suspected drug users and pushers in the Philippines had already come under fire because of its brutality. But it also has disturbing implications for the future of governance in the Asia Pacific region
Hong Kong's seizure of Singaporean armored vehicles returning from training exercises in Taiwan in late November raises the question whether China is applying pressure and putting a wedge between Singapore and Taiwan