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.

Overtones of Taiwan Policy Act: China to Invade by 2027?

The U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee passed the "Taiwan Policy Act" on September 14, 2022, authorizing US$6.5 billion foreign military financing and loan guarantee to Taiwan from 2023 to 2027 and designating Taiwan as a non-NATO ally.

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Friendly U.S. Bill: Boon or Bane for Taiwan?

The Foreign Affairs Committee of the United States Senate will consider a draft of the Taiwan Policy Act of 2022 on September 14.

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Mainland Chinese Drone Shot Down in Kinmen

Mainland Chinese civilian drones have repeatedly flown into the airspace of Kinmen in recent weeks.

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KMT Vice Chairman Visits Mainland China to Ease Cross-Strait Tensions

Vice Chairman Andrew Hsia of the opposition Kuomintang (KMT) returned to Taiwan yesterday after concluding his visit to mainland China, and he held a video press conference to report the results.

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More than 300 Taiwanese Deceived, Trapped in Cambodia

Recently, it has been reported that Taiwanese youths who were lured to work in Cambodia by fraudulent organizations, have suffered inhumane treatment such as trafficking, sexual assault, and forced organ harvesting.

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Thesis Plagiarism Confirmed, President Tsai's "Favorite Boy" Drops Campaign

The arrangement by the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in the Taoyuan mayoral candidate has undergone much drama.

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After Pelosi's Departure, PLA Missiles and Warships Surround Taiwan

The whirlwind visit by Speaker Nancy Pelosi of the United States House of Representatives to Taiwan provoked Beijing’s stringent countermeasures including sanctions in military, diplomatic, economic, and other aspects against Taiwan.

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Taiwan Suffers from Pelosi's Quick Visit

As soon as the special flight of Speaker Nancy Pelosi of the United States House of Representatives arrived in Taipei, Communist China immediately announced military exercises encircling the island.

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If Pelosi Visits Taiwan, Will PLA Aircraft Too?

President Joe Biden of the United States stated on July 20 that the military officials believe it’s "not a good idea right now" for Speaker Nancy Pelosi of the House of Representatives to visit Taiwan at the moment.

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Who Dares to Review Alleged Thesis Plagiarism by President Tsai's Favorite Boy?

More than 10 days after the former Hsinchu mayor and Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Taoyuan mayor candidate Lin Chih-chien’s double master's thesis plagiarism case was revealed, both National Taiwan University (NTU) and Chung Hwa University (CHU) said they had accepted the accusations and would complete the review and comparison "within two months".

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