Asia Pacific

Taiwan: Tsai names new premier after resignation over poll losses

Su Tseng-chang vows to lead administration amid challenges and learn from earlier mistakes.

Taiwan: Tsai names new premier after resignation over poll losses

Taiwan

Taiwan announces new drill tactics to counter China

Military chiefs say new manoeuvres aimed at defending island against possible 'Chinese invasion'.

Taiwan announces new drill tactics to counter China

Taiwan

Taiwan president calls for support to defend democracy

Amid threats from China, Tsai Ing-wen says international community needs to come to the self-ruled island's defence.

Taiwan president calls for support to defend democracy

Asia Pacific

Timeline: 70 years of Taiwan-China relations

A look at the key dates shaping the relationship between Taipei and Beijing over the past seven decades.

Timeline: Taiwan-China relations since 1949

Xi Jinping

China 'won't give up use of military force' over Taiwan

President Xi gives speech marking 40th anniversary of policy statement that led to thaw in ties with self-ruled island.

Taiwan

Taiwan: Thousands of 'yellow vest' protesters call for tax reform

Inspired by France's yellow vest movement, thousands in Taiwan turn out for third protest demanding tax reform.

Taiwan: Thousands of 'yellow vest' protesters call for tax reform

Podcast

What's the future of marriage equality in Taiwan?

On a new episode of The Take podcast, Al Jazeera journalists talk about Taiwan’s local elections and the island's gay rights movement

What's the future of marriage equality in Taiwan?

Taiwan

Taiwan activists: Marriage-equality movement setback not the end

Despite ballot-box failure, proponents say it's only a matter of time before same-sex marriage is written into law.

Taiwan activists: Marriage-equality movement setback not the end

Talk to Al Jazeera

Joseph Wu: Taiwan is a model of democracy

Insight into Taiwan's election results, living in China's shadow and the difficult job of selling Taiwan overseas.

China

US Navy sends two ships through Taiwan Strait, opposing China

It's the third time this year American vessels entered the strait in a move certain to stoke tensions with China.

US Navy sends two ships through Taiwan Strait, opposing China

Asia Pacific

China accused of political meddling after Taiwan local elections

In an exclusive interview, Taiwan FM says worsening relations with Beijing played part in ruling party's defeat.

Asia Pacific

China welcomes defeat of Taiwan's ruling DPP in local elections

Loss leads to resignation of President Tsai Ing-wen as Democratic Progressive Party leader.

Inside Story

Will Taiwan vote's outcome bring a China-friendly party?

Taiwan's midterm vote is seen a test of popularity for the pro-independence ruling party.

Asia

Same-sex marriage advocates lose Taiwan referendums

Gay rights activists suffer setback, with conservative groups coming out on top in key referendums they initiated.

Same-sex marriage advocates lose Taiwan referendums

Asia

Taiwan president quits party leadership after polls setback

President Tsai Ing-wen resigns as DPP leader after it suffers major defeats in key local polls.