Reports Tagged: Taiwan

January 11, 2024

A very brief follow-up to our report from Monday on the Taiwan elections this weekend (SGH 1/8/24; “China: Taiwan Elections and Beijing”): From a high level former senior official: The

January 08, 2024

Taiwan will hold its much anticipated presidential and legislative elections this Saturday, January 13. Since Terry Gou – the billionaire founder of tech giant Foxconn – withdrew his candidacy under

June 20, 2023

China’s State Councilor and Foreign Minster Qin Gang met with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken for a five-and-a half-hour “candid, in-depth, and constructive” talk on Sunday, local time, concerning

August 03, 2022

Markets are breathing a sigh of relief, even while hardliners across China are expressing anger and frustration, that US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan has not

August 01, 2022

In our report from earlier this morning we outlined some of the military responses that have been prepared by Beijing should US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi indeed follow

August 01, 2022

Despite, or perhaps hardened by numerous public threats from Beijing, and despite efforts from the White House to dissuade US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, it has been all

July 29, 2022

A senior official in Beijing provides the following briefing on the telephone conversation between China’s President Xi Jinping and US President Joseph Biden on Thursday night/early Friday morning local time.

May 31, 2022

Our understanding from highly placed officials in Beijing is that “if the US does not continue to provoke China in the near future,” they will not rule out a video

April 08, 2022

There were unconfirmed rumors yesterday that US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi was planning to travel to Taiwan this Sunday on the heels of a trip to Japan. The

August 18, 2021

When China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with the Taliban’s second-in-command, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, in Tianjin two weeks ago, Baradar boasted that the Taliban could return to Kabul and