Studying the effects of Taiwan's limited participation in the international community
Taiwan's ambiguous international status complicates its ability to participate in international organizations in which the rest of the world shares information and makes critical global decisions. The Project on Chinese Power examines the issue of Taiwan's marginalized role in the international community, and has produced several substantial reports on the subject. Our staff has taken several research trips to Taiwan to discuss the issue of international space, and held an event in 2015 with US Congressman Matt Salmon to highlight the global security implications of Taiwan’s exclusion from international organizations.
Taiwan's Quest for Greater Participation in the International Community
Taiwan's Marginalized Role in International Security