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The US report says the rapid modernization of the Chinese military has targeted Taiwan

"Beijing's long-standing interest in ultimately forcing Taiwan's reunification with the mainland and rejecting any attempt by Taiwan to declare independence has been the main driver of China's military modernization," the agency's report entitled "China's military power. " The report, released on Tuesday, added, "Beijing's expectation that foreign forces would intervene in a Taiwanese scenario prompted the (People's Liberation Army) to …

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President Xi Jinping informs the army that she is ready to fight. Taiwan calls for support for the defense of democracy

Chinese President Xi Jinping ordered the People's Liberation Army (PLA) to prepare for the battle on Friday when Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-Wen demanded international support to defend the island's democracy amid new threats to mainland unification. Xi's comments were made during a meeting with top officials from the Central Military Commission (CMC). "All military units must properly understand the key …

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Union plan from China finds few buyers in Taiwan

BEIJING – President Xi Jinping said Wednesday he wants progress on China's decades-long quest for control of Taiwan. However, it seemed unlikely that his proposal would win over the inhabitants of the self-governing island, who had seen Hong Kong's freedoms retreat rapidly under a similar agreement. Mr. Xi stressed the importance of unifying with Taiwan for his vision of China's …

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Taiwan calls on China to use peaceful means to resolve differences

China must use peaceful means to dissolve its differences with Taiwan and respect its democratic values, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen said on Tuesday in front of a big speech by Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing about the island. China Tsai has put pressure on Tsai since taking office in 2016, breaking off dialogue, crushing Taiwan's remaining diplomatic allies and …

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South China Sea and Taiwan can be factors

Washington's arms sales to Taipei this year have angered Chinese officials opposing countries seeking relations with the East Asian island. According to the One China Policy, Taiwan and mainland China are considered part of the same territory. The US Navy patrols in the South China Sea have also angered the government of Xi. Despite competing demands from neighboring Asian countries, …

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Taiwan votes in local elections under pressure from China

Taiwanese began voting in local elections on Saturday, seen as a referendum on the independence-oriented administration of President Tsai Ing-wen, in the midst of increasing pressure from powerful rival China on the island. will decide the race for 22 mayors and district judges together with thousands of local officials. Expelled two years ago from power, the oppositional nationalists, also known …

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Taiwan says China is "out of control" as it loses El Salvador to Beijing

TAIPEI / BEIJING – Taiwan pledged Tuesday to fight China's "increasingly out-of-control" behavior after Taipei lost another ally to Beijing when El Salvador became the third country to become affiliated that year to China changes. Taiwan now has formal relationships with only 17 countries worldwide, many of them small, less developed nations in Central America and the Pacific, including Belize …

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Taiwan says China is "out of control" as it loses El Salvador to Beijing

TAIPEI / BEIJING (Reuters) – Taiwan vowed Tuesday to fight China's "increasingly out-of-control" behavior after Taipei lost another ally to Beijing when El Salvador was the third country to do so this year the affiliation to China changes. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (R) and El Salvador's Foreign Minister Carlos Castaneda attend a signing ceremony to establish diplomatic relations between …

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Taiwan says China is "out of control" as El Salvador loses to Beijing

TAIPEI / BEIJING (Reuters) – Taiwan vowed Tuesday to fight China's "increasingly out-of-control" behavior after Taipei lost another ally to Beijing when El Salvador was the third country to do so this year the affiliation to China changes. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (R) and El Salvador's Foreign Minister Carlos Castaneda attend a signing ceremony to establish diplomatic relations between …

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