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China Sanctions Three Taiwanese Politicians
Three top politicians from Taiwan have been sanctioned by the Chinese regime. The sanctioned individuals, Legislative Yuan President You Si-kun, Foreign Minister Joseph Wu, and Premier Su Tseng-chang, are now banned from entering the mainland...
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Alliances Are Forming to Resist the CCP and Defend Taiwan: Former China Country Desk Officer Joseph Bosco
On Oct. 29, Joseph Bosco, former China Country Desk Officer in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, spoke at Washington Forum and Truth Warriors Alliance. Speaking about the U.S. stance on mainland China vis-a-vis Taiwan, Bosco...
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US Senators Introduce Bill to Bolster Taiwan’s Defense in Face of Beijing Aggression
On Thursday, Nov. 4, a group of U.S. senators led by Jim Risch (R-Idaho), ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, introduced the Taiwan Deterrence Act legislation to bolster deterrence across the Taiwan Strait and...
EU Sends First Delegation to Taiwan in Defiance of Chinese Regime
Taiwan President Receives EU Delegation on First Official Trip, Discusses Counters to Communist China Lawmakers from the European Delegation’s committee on foreign interference met with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen in Taipei on Thursday. Despite warnings...
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Taiwan Must Protect Itself if It Wants to Prevent Communist Invasion: Defense Minister
Taiwan’s defense minister Chiu Kuo-cheng recently said that military tensions between Beijing and Taipei are the worst he has seen in 40 years. In the event of a mainland Chinese invasion, the island cannot completely...
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Taiwan’s Battle to Remain Free
Commentary All eyes are on Taiwan, as the island roughly the size of Maryland, fights to keep its sovereignty intact amid relentless pressure and harassment from the communist People’s Republic of China (PRC). A tumultuous...
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China Using Civilian Airport to Launch Military Aircraft into Taiwan’s ADIZ
Shantou-Waisha airport in the Guangdong province of China is located less than 220 miles from the southern Taiwanese city of Tainan. Opened in 1956 as a military airport for the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA),...
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Miles Yu: To Defend Taiwan is to Defend American Democracy
On Oct. 29, at the forum on U.S.-Indo-Pacific strategies and cross-strait affairs hosted by the Washington Forum and Truth Warriors Alliance, Dr. Miles Maochun Yu said, “To defend Taiwan is democracy activism, it is to...
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Beijing Warns Washington Against Damaging Relations After Biden Says US Has ‘a Commitment’ to Defend Taiwan
Taiwan has been a topic of contention between Washington and Beijing. The Chinese regime sees the island as a wayward province that they need to annex by the use of military force. The United States,...