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A ruling on disputes in the South China Sea that was unfavorable to China will likely ratchet up the wrangling between mainland China and the United States in the region and threaten regional stability, the National Security Bureau said Wednesday.
Taiwan does not accept the ruling made by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague that deemed a Taiwan-controlled island in the disputed South China Sea a rock, Foreign Minister David Lee (李大維) said on Tuesday.
A Taiwan scholar said Tuesday that the international arbitration court's ruling on South China Sea islands was based on "incorrect" Western perspectives on how an island should support human habitation.
As part of President Tsai Ing-wen's "New Southbound Policy," Vice Economics Minister Yang Wei-fu (楊偉甫) indicated Tuesday that government delegates had visited Vietnam and Thailand last week.
London still int'l finance hub despite Brexit, says    visiting London official
Visiting Lord Mayor of the City of London on Monday stressed that the city's "breadth and depth" makes the city hard to replace as an international financial hub, in spite of the UK's recent vote to leave the European Union (EU).
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Saturday asked nationals to be on guard when travelling to Malaysia, in light of the terrorist attack there last month.
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Taiwan and France are moving closer to a bilateral agreement that would implement a reciprocal working holiday program for young adults of both countries, a source familiar with diplomatic affairs said Saturday.
ROC thanks the US for help over A-bian alleged bribery case
Taiwan on Friday thanked the United States after the latter announced that it will be returning approximately US$1.5 million in funds from the sale of property purchased with alleged bribes paid to family members of Taiwan's former President Chen Shui-bian.
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American geneticist Jennifer Doudna, one of this year's three recipients of the Tang Prize in biopharmaceutical science, will meet with female Taiwanese high school students later this year to share her success story and encourage them along a similar career path, Tang Prize Foundation CEO Chern Jenn-chuan said Wednesday.
Military on watch before S. China Sea ruling
The Taiwan military has prepared contingency measures ahead of an upcoming ruling by an international court on a dispute between the Philippines and China over the South China Sea, Defense Minister Feng Shih-kuan (馮世寬) said on Thursday.
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