Due to one pilot’s incredible mistake, Taiwan’s Air Force recently had to scrap one of its very expensive E-2 Hawkeye surveillance planes. The Air
U.K.’s ‘Golden Era’ With China Over. What About Relations With Taiwan?
Ahead of the U.K. government’s latest attempt to re-assess its relationship with China in a strategic review, and in the context of Prime Minister
What Did It Feel Like When Taiwan Broke Out of Authoritarian Restrictions?
The latest exhibition at The Taipei Fine Arts Museum (TFAM) will be of interest to anyone interested in Taiwan’s relationship with authoritarianism.
Japan Prepares for ‘World War Taiwan’
Situated next to China, North Korea and Russia, Japan will be right in the middle of a conflict sparked by any Chinese attempt to invade Taiwan. Such
The Challenges Facing America’s Next-Gen Subs
If China decides to invade Taiwan, the torpedoes and cruise missiles of the U.S. Navy’s invisible attack submarines will represent the Pentagon’s most
What Does Taipei’s New Mayor Really Believe In?
Chiang Wan-an (蔣萬安) has won the race to be the new Mayor of Taipei. This fact, to those unfamiliar with Taiwan, may not seem all that significant. Why
China’s New Tech Shows Taiwan Must Go ‘Full Rambo’
As analysts decode all the mountains of data from last week’s Zhuhai Air Show, it is becoming clear that China is making big strides in creating
Taiwan’s ‘Midterm’ Elections as Edward Yang’s Nightmare
In 1985, as Taiwan headed out of its martial law era (formally ending in 1987), director Edward Yang released Taipei Story, titled “Green Plums and a
Can Taiwan Survive the Dangerous ‘Davidson Window’?
Before vacating his position as leader of the U.S.’ Indo-Pacific Command, Admiral Phil Davidson shocked the military world by testifying that China
War via Remote Control: China, Taiwan Reveal High-Tech UAVs
After China showed off a range of new scouting and attack aerial drones, Taiwan showed its own new aerial drones that are designed to inflict heavy
A New Plan to Fix Taiwan’s Weapons Delivery Bottleneck
Analysts say China is moving faster and faster in preparing its military to invade Taiwan. Meanwhile, the U.S. is struggling to deliver crucial
The Difference Between an Island and a Rock Really Matters to Taiwan
On November 5, Taiwan’s Central News Agency reported on what could well have been one of the most boring pieces of news in history. The story