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Taipei confirms Beijing rocket launches, but appeals for calm ahead of January elections.
Analysts say Washington’s latest move is an attempt to deter Beijing from launching armed conflict.
While Xi Jinping centralises power in Beijing, the US Congress is often making policy in its legislation, Evan Medeiros says, with the result potentially minimal cooperation and coordination between the nations.
Export numbers for Taiwan re-entered the plus column after months of contraction and a shorter period of back-and-forth changes, fuelling hopes for protracted growth in 2024.
Instead, ‘innovative’ policies needed as Washington confronts different geopolitical issues unlike before, says US Trade Representative Katherine Tai.
The US$872.4 billion ‘must-pass’ National Defence Authorisation Act includes Taipei cybersecurity deal and prioritises Aukus arms sales.
Head of air force political work unit says ‘hostile forces’ are exerting more influence in the country and calls for loyalty to the ruling Communist Party and Xi Jinping.
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The vote marked a defeat for Biden, who had asked for US$106 billion in funds and warned Congress that Putin would not stop with victory in Ukraine.
Deeply against Beijing’s stances on Ukraine, trade and human rights, Brussels to seek ‘more on the political front’ before agreeing deals, source says.
Taiwan’s economic and financial decoupling from China has deepened with the near-collapse of what was once the world’s largest Chinese bond exchange-traded fund market.
Alexander Yui Tah-ray was tapped last month to replace Hsiao Bi-khim, who stepped down to become the DPP’s vice-presidential candidate.
Border dispute between Asian giants coupled with economic deals involving Taipei have fuelled quiet shift in New Delhi’s posture.
Taiwanese leader Tsai Ing-wen inaugurates facility aimed at improving island’s ability to handle battlefield trauma in event of conflict with mainland.
Jin Ong’s award-winning debut feature Abang Adik sees Wu Kang-ren star as a deaf-mute in Kuala Lumpur, whose friendship with a fellow undocumented orphan is tested by a sudden act of accidental violence.
Chinese defence ministry says it is in talks to resume suspended dialogues ‘on the basis of equality and respect’, but warns against American military aid to Taiwan.
The former secretary of state is best known for helping then president Richard Nixon establish relations with Beijing.
Jensen Huang also reaffirms Nvidia’s commitment to China, saying that the company is working on products that will not trigger US restrictions.
The president says the Chinese leadership is ‘overwhelmed’ by internal challenges for now, although she accused Beijing of trying to sway Taiwan’s coming election.
Separatist activities are ‘incompatible’ with cross-strait peace, Beijing’s Taiwan Affairs Office says in fresh warning to the island’s ruling DPP.
Diplomat’s revelation suggests halting of feud with Beijing over Vilnius permitting opening of controversially named Taiwanese office in its capital.
Support for Beijing-friendly Kuomintang ticks up despite breakdown in efforts to team up with Taiwan People’s Party in presidential race, narrowing gap with ruling Democratic Progressive Party.