Would Taiwan become the target of Donald Trump's ire because of Taiwanese society's progressive values? Taking in refugees or legalizing gay marriage are two fronts upon which Taiwanese society might be targeted by Trump
A series of comments made nine months months ago by former head of the far-right Breibart news organization and now chief strategist of the Trump administration Steven Bannon in regards to the South China Sea have recently come to light, giving a glimpse into the Trump administration’s worldview concerning Chinese expansion in the Asia Pacific
It appears be highly likely that FoxConn owner Terry Gou is gearing up for a presidential run in Taiwan as a KMT candidate. Recent business announcements by Gou seem to indicate moves aimed at preparing for a presidential run
Many in Taiwan, even policymakers, have not been sufficiently attentive to political developments over the past year in the United States. Namely, there is a lack of understanding of the new political forces which have arrayed themselves behind Donald Trump
With the signing of Trump’s executive order regarding the United States’s withdrawal from Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations, US president Donald Trump brought an end to US involvement in the controversial trade deal that would have opened markets between the US and many countries in the Asia Pacific,with the notable exception of China. What now for Taiwan, which sought admission to the trade deal?