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China’s Growing Military Might Alarms U.S. Officials, Modern Warfare Will Begin Silently

At a recent House Armed Services Committee congressional hearing, top American military officials warned that China’s ability to project its naval prowess in the...

Chinese Mole Who Stole $120 Million Worth of Intellectual Property from Coca-Cola Convicted

Chinese-born American citizen, You Xiaorong, was recently convicted for stealing $120 million worth of U.S. trade secrets from Coca-Cola and other companies who develop...

Beijing Holds Military Drills as Biden Delegation Visits Taiwan

Communist China's military conducted drills in the South China Sea as President Joe Biden sent an unofficial delegation to the island nation of Taiwan...

US Establishes New Guidelines Enabling Closer Relations with Taiwan

The U.S. State Department issued new guidelines enabling U.S. officials to meet more freely with officials from Taiwan. The move strengthens relations between the...

US Navy Cautions China With Cognitive Warfare Photo Op

Military tensions continue to rise near Taiwan as warships from both the U.S. Navy and the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) People's Liberation Army (PLA)...

Taiwan and US Announce New Coast Guard Pact

Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced on Thursday, March 25 that it will sign a memorandum of understanding with the United States on a new Coast Guard pact. American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) Director Brent Christensen, who was appointed to lead the de facto U.S. embassy in 2018, was joined by Taiwan’s Foreign Minister Joseph Wu […]

Trade Weaponization and China

Using trade as a weapon is not a new tactic for countries wishing to cause economic losses to their opponents. Furthermore, the practice has become increasingly apparent today, as we have seen with the rise of production in China. A recent report issued by Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs in 2020 defines […]

THAAD Insufficient to Combat Chinese Military, US Admiral Warns

Admiral Philip Davidson, the commander of United States Indo-Pacific Command, has warned that the U.S. remains highly vulnerable in the event of a Chinese aerial attack and that its air defense system, THAAD, will be insufficient to protect American interests from Chinese threats. The admiral said that “Combat-credible deterrence to slow Beijing’s decision-making and convince […]

US Proposes Bill To Include Taiwan in ‘NATO Plus’ Group

U.S. Representative Scott Perry recently proposed a bill in Congress to include Taiwan in the NATO plus five countries. Perry, the Republican representative for Pennsylvania’s 10th District, introduced the “Taiwan PLUS Act” in the House of Representatives on March 19 and has since been referred to the House Foreign Affairs Committee. The bill notes that […]

Japan, US to Cooperate on Defending Taiwan From Beijing Aggression

The U.S. and Japan have pledged to prevent military aggression by Communist China towards Taiwan, the democratically governed island Beijing sees as a rightful part of its territory.  U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin brought up the issue when he held talks with Japanese Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi, according to Japanese reports on March 21. Kishi […]

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