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    Include Taiwan in the Trans-Pacific Partnership

    “We do hope to [get] into TPP [Trans-Pacific Partnership] as early as possible,” said Mignonne Man-Jung Chan, former senior adviser to the President on Taiwan, at a recent event at The Heritage Foundation. Dr. Chan’s statement reflects the opinion of the Taiwanese government and key analysts who echo the sentiment … More

    Turning Down the Heat: Japan and Taiwan Reach Senkakus Accord

    The Japanese press today announced that Tokyo and Taipei had reached an accord on fishing rights around the disputed Senkaku Islands. This marks a significant step forward in reducing tensions around the uninhabited islands, while also posing a challenge to the People’s Republic of China (PRC), and its position. According … More

    The Good News of Taiwan's Election

    With the election of Ma Ying-jeou, Taiwan has once again demonstrated the maturity of its political processes. The successful conduct of Taiwan’s democratic elections reminds us that Taiwan is part of the growing group of states capable of undertaking peaceful elections as the means of effecting political transition and change. … More

    Ma Wins Big in Taiwan

    The Heritage Foundation’s Distinguished Fellow in China Policy Ambassador Harvey Feldman is in Taipei and has filed some great commentary on Ma Ying-jeou’s victory over Frank Hsieh Chang-ting, including: Although Ma has said he holds out hope of an ultimate unification of Taiwan with China, it can come only many … More