The risk of a Chinese invasion remains low, but China’s gray-zone provocations are likely to test Taiwan’s mettle. Tensions in the Taiwan Strait reached new levels after U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi visited Taipei in August. The massive live-fire drills by China that followed the visit have intensified concerns about Taiwan’s security, which…

The expanding electric vehicle industry is good news for Taiwan, as it increases demand for semiconductor chips and provides environmental benefits. But although electric models are more climate-friendly, batteries continue to pose environmental challenges.  Foreign delegations and corporate leaders stood shoulder-to-shoulder in a packed conference room at the Nangang International Exhibition Center on September 14….

Reaching net zero carbon emissions within the next 30 years would require a drastic energy transformation and extensive policy amendments. When President Tsai Ing-wen on Earth Day in April last year first announced Taiwan’s commitment to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050, my initial reaction as a reporter covering energy was one of skepticism….