China-Taiwan tensions
Lai Ching-te’s victory in Taiwanese presidential election tempered by parliamentary loss

In a divided mandate, Lai Ching-te of the Democratic Progressive Party won the presidency in the island territory with less than half the votes while his party lost its parliamentary majority

How the US war on Taiwanese semiconductors might benefit Japan

In April, Berkshire Hathaway’s leader Warren Buffett told Nikkei that the geopolitical tension between the United States and China was “certainly a consideration” in his decision to divest from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC)

El alto precio de la relación entre Guatemala y Taiwan

Tsai, la líder de Taiwan, lucha por mantener el escaso apoyo diplomático con el que aún cuenta en la región.

Xiomara Castro ditches Cold War legacy, Honduras to establish relations with China

Honduras was one of the 13 remaining nations that recognized the Republic of China in Taiwan. The switch marks further reinforcement of the One-China consensus