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President Tsai said that Taiwan’s military preparedness has improved thanks to China’s exercises

Tsai Ing-wen, the president of Taiwan, said on Tuesday that the island's armed forces are now "more mature" in their fighting abilities and that...

Taiwan has threatened to launch a “counterattack” if Chinese military invade its territory

Taiwan said on Wednesday that it will use its right to self-defense and "counter-attack" if Chinese armed troops breached its territory. This comes as...

According to reports, President Biden would persuade Congress to approve a USD 1.1 billion weapons sale to Taiwan

According to reports in the media, the administration of President Joe Biden intends to seek Congress to authorize a USD 1.1 billion weapons sale...

As a further demonstration of solidarity, the United States will hold trade discussions with Taiwan

In a show of solidarity for the island democracy that is self-ruled and is claimed by China's Communist Party as part of its territory,...

Taiwan has pointed the finger at politics for the cancellation of the worldwide Pride celebration

Following reports that the organisers of WorldPride 2025 Taiwan asked that the term "Taiwan" be deleted from the event's title, Taiwan on Friday cited...

A Chinese military parade is taking place near Taiwan for the third consecutive day

China continued to show its displeasure with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's recent trip to Taiwan on Saturday by conducting military drills for the third...

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