Stanley Kao, the ambassador to the U.S., reported to the Legislative Yuan after returning to Taiwan. In his 17-page report, the conversation between Donald Trump and Tsai Ing-wen took up barely three lines. Originally, this was supposed to have been a significant diplomatic achievement, but looking back, it has become [Read more]
After the election of U.S. President Donald Trump, U.S. stocks rose roughly over 20 percent with the Dow Jones, S&P500, Nasdaq and PHLX Semiconductor Sector all setting record highs. However, last Wednesday the Russia investigation led to U.S. stocks seeing their largest decline since Trump took office, leading some to [Read more]
The growth or decline of the 'two Trumps' directly relates to Taiwan’s safety.
The Joint Communiqué of the United States of America and the People’s Republic of China (Shanghai Communiqué) signed in 1972, together with the Joint Communiqué on the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations published at the end of 1978, and the Aug. 17 Communiqué published in 1982, laid the foundation for [Read more]
[G]iven its treatment of talented personnel who do not have the same skin color, religious beliefs, or sexual orientation, perhaps the U.S. isn’t the best choice for settling down these days.
If the United States antagonizes China and attempts to completely suppress it economically and militarily, then it will invite future global disaster.
Trump’s habit of saying whatever he pleases does not reflect his ability to transcend national powers, but rather his lack of understanding regarding the closely-interlocked international situation.
The new Korean administration will not be able to fully incorporate Korea’s position into the policy regarding the Korean Peninsula that the U.S. administration will establish.
China will not allow any country or any person to use the Taiwan issue to control China’s fate.