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Taiwan's Military Expansion to Counter China.

Taiwan Announces Military Expansion plans to Counter China

Taiwan has announced ambitious military and naval expansion plans to counter what the self-ruled island calls an 'increasing military' threat from Mainland China.

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China Launches Snap Air and Sea Drills in Response to Taiwan’s Planned Drills

Taiwan's Ministry of National Defense (MND) said it monitored the joint drills, which took place outside the country's Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ).

 Patriot Advanced Capability-3 interceptors (PAC3) are located at Ministry of Defense on April 4, 2009 in Tokyo, Japan.

PAC-3 Missile Systems Deployed to Taiwan's East Coast to Strengthen Defense Against China

Taiwan has move its Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) air defense missile systems to the east coast, citing China's "changing military strategy," the Ministry of National Defense (MND) said.

Twain Criticises China's Decision to Deport 200 Taiwanese Citizens.

Taiwan Says Spain’s Decision to Deport 200 Taiwanese Citizens to China is ‘Deeply Regretful’

Taiwan on Saturday described the Spanish government's decision to deport 200 Taiwanese citizens to Mainland China as "deeply regretful." This is the latest deportation saga in the multi-billion dollar telephone ring scandal that forced several countries to deport dozens of Taiwanese citizens to China last year.

China Warns India over Ties with Taiwan.

India ‘Playing with Fire’ by Playing Taiwan Card: Chinese Media

Chinese state media on Wednesday warned India against any move to improve its relationship with Taiwan, stating that such a proactive move would be akin to "playing with fire." The warning comes barely days after Taiwan's women parliamentarian delegation arrived in New Delhi for a rare visit.

New jet trainer

Taiwan Begins Development of New Trainer/Attack Jet called ‘XT-5 Blue Magpie’

ROCAF plans to order 66 of the Blue Magpies.

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Japan and US Holding War Games to Deal with Chinese Invasion of Taiwan

In August 2016, the Republic of China Armed Forces (ROCAF) held its largest military exercise ever.

China hits back at Trump’s “One China” Suggestion.

China Hits Back at Trump’s 'One China' Suggestion, Says Taiwan Policy is ‘Non-Negotiable’

China on Saturday hit back at U.S President Elect Donald Trump's suggestion that the "One China" policy on Taiwan is open for "negotiation," reiterating once again that the sensitive policy is a "political foundation" in Sino-U.S bilateral relationship.

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Taiwan Disputes Nigeria’s Move to Close Abuja Office Following China Talks

The Taiwanese government condemned Nigeria's latest to remove Taiwan's office from Abuja following recent developments between Nigeria and China. A statement issued by Taiwan officials on Thursday urged the Nigerian government to reconsider the move and leave an open room for discussion.

Chinese Foreign Affairs Minister Wang Yi

Nigeria Closes Taiwan Office, Vows to Uphold 'One China' Policy

The Nigerian government has re-affirmed its position in the One-China policy and ordered for the immediate closure of the Taiwan office in Abuja during a joint conference on Wednesday.

Cross Strait Relations.

Taiwan Dispatches Jets, Navy Ships after Chinese Aircraft Carrier Enters Taiwan Strait

Taiwan dispatched fighter jets and navy ships on Wednesday after Chinese warships led by a aircraft carrier sailed through Taiwan Strait, in yet another sign of ongoing tension in the cross-strait relations.

Trump Warned over One China Policy.

Chinese Media Warns Trump of ‘Revenge’ if ‘One China' Policy is abandoned

China's popular nationalistic tabloid on Sunday warned U.S President Elect Donald Trump that Beijing would set on a 'revenge 'mode if he renounces the "One China" policy. The warning comes barely hours after Taiwanese president Tsai Ing-wen made a controversial stopover at America's Houston city.

Taiwanese Telecom Fraud Suspects

China Still Holds Over 200 Taiwanese Telecom Fraud Deportees

China is still holding in custody at least 223 Taiwanese suspects deported for telecommunication fraud from other countries over the past nine months, the Mainland Affairs Council said on Sunday.

Taiwan is strongly against Vietnam's deportation of four Taiwanese to China over telecommunication fraud

Taiwan Condemns Vietnam for Deporting Telecommunication Fraud Suspects to China

The Tawain community on Tuesday strongly condemned the move to deport four of its citizens suspected of telecommunication fraud from Vietnam to China. They argue that the move was due to much pressure being put on Vietnam by Beijing.

Trump Does not Rule Out Meeting with Tsai.

Donald Trump Leaves Door Wide Open over Possible Meeting with Taiwan’s Tsai

US President-elect Donald Trump did not rule out the possibility of meeting Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen, if at all the self-ruled island nation's leader visits the United States after Trump's official coronation on Jan. 20.

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