Checking China
The Case for Clarity on Taiwan

Our policy of “strategic ambiguity”—in which neither China nor Taiwan can be sure whether the United States will intervene in a conflict—has outlived its usefulness.

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Under the Thumb
The Coming Crisis in the Taiwan Strait

All eyes seem fixated on North Korea, the South China Sea, or the Senkaku islands. But a crisis in the Taiwan Strait—postwar Asia’s original hotspot—could be closer than many realize.

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