Lauren Dickey is a research analyst in the Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Program at the Center for Naval Analyses in Arlington, Virginia. She is also a PhD candidate (ABD) in War Studies at King’s College London. The views expressed are her own.
Key takeaways from the Taiwan elections
The Kuomintang made big gains which have given the party a second opportunity at political relevance.
What to watch in the Taiwan elections
These elections are a barometer for the ruling party and will provide a sense of the public's satisfaction with it.
Taiwan’s small-power diplomacy
Taipei is facing more competition from Beijing over which “China” is allowed to exist in the international community.