The Taiwanese foreign minister called out Elon Musk after the tech billionaire again repeated Chinese Communist Party (CCP) propaganda concerning Taiwan.
China said Saturday its troops were "on constant high alert" after two ships belonging to the United States and Canada transited through the Taiwan Strait, a military spokesperson said.
China warned the US that it had crossed a red line after President Joe Biden announced more military aid for Taiwan from a fund typically used for sovereign states.
Drills were led by state's National Guard so as "to not provoke China too much"...
The Biden administration has approved the first-ever military aid package for Taiwan using Foreign Military Financing (FMF), a State Department program that gives foreign governments money to buy US arms.
San Francisco, Aug. 14 (CNA) Economics Minister Wang Mei-hua (???) said Monday that the U.S. public mostly supports Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.'s (TSMC) under-construction Arizona plant...
Taiwan's foreign minister said last week that the US and Taiwan are in talks on the possibility of the island being brought under Washington's nuclear umbrella, a step that would make a catastrophic war between the US and China much more likely.
Former Pentagon official Elbridge Colby was interviewed on The National Review's Charles CW Cooke Podcast, where he provided some very high-level analysis on the tensions around China, Taiwan, and the United States.
As NATO's disastrous proxy war in Ukraine continues to sputter, many in DC seem to be losing interest in "Project Ukraine."
The arms would be provided directly from US military stockpiles using an authority that the US has primarily used to arm Ukraine
Bloomberg has reported that the US has struck a deal to sell 400 ground-based Harpoon missiles to Taiwan, which will increase tensions with China.
Too much interesting stuff happening in the life of the empire to cover in just one article today, so we're doing a three-in-one wrap-up.
Macron's Words After Meeting With Xi Are So Bad, They Should Be Setting off Alarms for U.S. And Taiwan
China has continued its major show of force aimed at Taiwan in the wake of last week's meeting between Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen and US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy in California last week.
China is sending 71 warplanes near Taiwan on Saturday as the country kicks off three days of military drills and "combat readiness patrols." These war drills come just days after Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen met with U.S. House Speaker Kevin
China is warning the U.S. not to provoke it over Taiwan, after the island's president met with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy.
China will be boarding and inspecting cargo ships in the Taiwan Strait as part of its new operation launched in the wake of House Speaker Kevin McCarthy's Wednesday visit with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen.
Beijing says it will take resolute steps to oppose the self-governed island's push for independence
Taiwan is extending its mandatory military service in 2024 from four months to one year, as tensions continue to rise with China.