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Beijing’s Retaliation Against Lithuania Continues; Banning Beef, Dairy and Beer Imports Over Taiwan Dispute
In a recent development over escalating tensions between China and Lithuania, the communist regime has suspended all imports of beef, beer and dairy from the Baltic nation.The People’s Republic of China (PRC) General Administration of...
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US and Taiwan Reach New Agreement to Bolster Chip Technology
The U.S. and Taiwan have reached a new agreement to strengthen cooperation between the two by establishing new frameworks in technology trade, investment and innovation.  U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo’s office said a five-hour call...
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China Calls ‘Emergency Meeting’ With Japanese Envoy After Abe’s Remarks on Defending Taiwan
After former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Dec. 1 that neither his country nor the United States could stand by if Communist China attacked Taiwan, Beijing’s foreign ministry summoned Japan’s ambassador for an...
Republican Representatives Tom Tiffany and Scott Perry recently introduced legislation in the House seeking to end Washington’s recognition of the ‘One China’ policy.
Hundreds of Taiwanese Nationals Handed Over to Mainland China: Report
According to an investigation titled China’s Hunt for Overseas Taiwanese released on Nov. 30 by Safeguard Defenders, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has been arranging for Taiwanese citizens arrested abroad to be extradited back...
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Lithuania Defying China, Opens Taiwan Embassy
Tensions rose between Beijing and Vilnius on Nov. 18 after Lithuania opened a de facto diplomatic office for Taiwan, with Beijing decrying the move calling it an “extremely egregious act.” In retaliation, Beijing, with a...
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American Lawmakers Meet with Taiwanese Officials for Second Time in One Month
Five U.S. lawmakers arrived in Taipei on Thursday, Nov. 25 to meet with government officials in regards to security matters. This was the second meeting between the U.S. and Taiwan in a month, raising protests...
China Ramps Up Pressure on Taiwanese Companies
Taiwanese firms operating in China are now facing heightened pressure from Beijing, with the communist regime warning them not to support the island’s pro-independence activities. Beijing does not recognize Taiwan as a separate, democratic entity...
Amid Communist Pressure, EU Postpones Trade Plan With Taiwan
The European Union has decided to shelve a confidential trade plan that aims to increase trade relations with Taiwan. The postponement came at the last minute after Brussels was scheduled to announce the plan’s format...
The USS Ronald Reagan at sea. The Regan will withdraw from the Asia-Pac region to help with the Afghan troop withdrawal mission promised by the Biden administration.
US Navy Withdraws Only Carrier in Asia-Pacific to Help With Afghan Troop Withdrawal
The Navy has deployed aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan from its home port in Japan, to help with the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan this summer. The move will leave the Asia Pacific region...