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KMT Legislator Lee Yen-hsiu (李彥秀) on Saturday urged the government of President Tsai Ing-wen to stay alert in the face of lingering cross-strait tensions.
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President Barack Obama on Friday gave one of his most elaborate comments to date on U.S. relations with China and Taiwan, saying the status quo, although not completely satisfactory, "has kept the peace and allowed the Taiwanese to be a pretty successful economy and a people who have a high degree of self-determination."
The Republic of China (Taiwan) is a sovereign country committed to promoting peaceful and stable relations with mainland China, Taiwan's top China policy planner said Saturday, in response to comments by U.S. President Barack Obama on the U.S.-China-Taiwan triangular relationship.
PLA air force photo shows jet bomber apparently flying in air space within sight of Yushan
Chinese People's Liberation Army Air Force posted a photo on its microblog site that apparently showed a Xian H-6K jet bomber flying in an air space within visible range of Yushan, Taiwan's highest mountain, on Saturday, Dec. 16.
Following reports of Chinese military aircraft flying close to Taiwan airspace, questions as to whether Chinese Navy ships could follow suit in Taiwan's maritime zones were answered by Taiwan's coast guard head on Wednesday as "possible."
The Obama administration has reiterated its support for "one China," as speculation mounts over U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's plans to abandon the decadeslong policy.
The media in the U.S. has given a mixed response to Trump's latest foreign policy outburst, with some saying he may be trying to use Taiwan as a bargaining chip in negotiations with China.
Former President Ma Ying-jeou emphasized that relations with mainland China and the United States needed to be approached with equal emphasis in remarks made to university students Tuesday in Taipei.
Trump: Why follow 'one China' policy? - Tearing up 'one China' will bring 'real storm': Beijing media
Beijing said Monday that U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's comments questioning the "one China" policy could jeopardize Sino-American relations, while analysts warned that Trump was risking a military crisis as well as a trade war.
The Presidential Office is refusing to comment on U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's apparent questioning of the U.S.' future commitment to the "One China" policy, while local lawmakers have offered mixed responses.
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