Washington and the Tsai administration are so narcissistic that they think they can make the mainland uncomfortable.
The Wuhan coronavirus has reaped illness and death, but it has also fundamentally changed the diplomatic situation around the globe.
With the U.S. paralyzed by the pandemic, the question of whether it would come to Taiwan’s aid should China attack is even more open to debate.
The passage of this law has brought about optimism and confidence in U.S.-Taiwan relations.
Over the past few years, the U.S. has passed a host of pro-Taiwan bills and resolutions, giving a significant boost to the bilateral relationship.
The coronavirus pandemic has clearly shown that Taiwan and China are separate entities.
The Trump administration is ... a battering ram, hoping to influence election results ... [Its] high-handed claims of protecting democracy are just ridiculous.
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]