Taiwan Weekly is a newsletter released every week by Fair Winds Foundation, Association of Foreign Relations and Taipei Forum that provides coverage and perspectives into the latest developments in Taiwan.

Darkest Day in Taiwan's Press Freedom

On November 18, the National Communications Commission (NCC) announced that it has denied the application by Chung Tien Television (CtiTV) News channel for license renewal.

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Why Did Pompeo Say Taiwan Not Part of China?

U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo stated that “It’s always important to get the language right.

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Biden Victory Resets U.S.-China-Taiwan Relations

How the political landscape will change after the United States elections is of global concern.

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Taiwan's Government Gambles on Trump in U.S. Election?

The Washington Post in a recent news article hinted that the government of Taiwan is in favor of the Republican candidate, President Donald Trump, in the U.S. presidential election.

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Taiwan's DPP, KMT Take Opposing Stances on 75th Anniversary of Retrocession

While the Kuomintang (KMT) and the mainland China hosted multiple events to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Taiwan’s retrocession on October 25, the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in Taiwan did not organize any event of celebration.

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Taiwan's Press Freedom Under Siege as Critical CtiTV News Expects License Revoked

The hearsay that Chung Tien Television (CtiTV) News will be shut down by the government withdrawing the channel’s license has made a lot of noise in Taiwan this week.

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In National Day Address, President Tsai Calls Upon Beijing for Dialogue

In her National Day address yesterday, President Tsai Ing-wen stated that her administration is determined to maintain stability in cross-strait relations, but Taiwan cannot shoulder it alone.

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Trump's Virus Diagnosis Shocks the World

On the early morning of October 2, President Donald Trump of the United States and his wife Melania Trump announced that they have been diagnosed positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Foreign Minister: Taiwan Will Not Seek Diplomatic Relations with U.S. For Now

As the election campaigns in the United States as well as U.S.-China diplomatic confrontation and military rivalry continue to intensify, there have been calls for establishing diplomatic relations between the United States and Taiwan.

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U.S. Under Secretary of State Visits Taiwan, Drawing Provocation by Chinese Jets

Under Secretary of State Keith Krach of the United States arrived in Taiwan on the evening of the September 17.

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