Former Taiwan National Security Bureau chief Tsai De-sheng (蔡得勝) predicted on Friday that U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will "play the Taiwan card and the Russia card" in his Asia-Pacific strategy after assuming office., 1 Comment
After years of being left idle, a brick compound in Yangmingshan that once served as a club for American soldiers stationed in Taiwan has recaptured some of its former glamour as a public space for music, food and nostalgia., 2 Comments
The Fisheries Agency said Friday that 15 by-laws under three fishery laws will take effect on Jan. 20 as planned as part of the government's effort to get Taiwan removed from a European Union (EU) watch list of countries that have not acted against illegal, unregulated and unreported (IUU) fishing.
China's recent move to sail an air carrier near Taiwan has highlighted the need for Taiwan to go ahead with a plan to build its own submarines, Defense Minister Feng Shih-kuan (馮世寬) said Friday., 1 Comment
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) arrived in El Salvador Thursday on the fourth and final leg of her current state visit to four Central American countries, saying that she hoped to continue promoting bilateral exchanges based on the existing foundation.
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) delivered a speech to the Congress of Guatemala Thursday, during which she reaffirmed the value of the long-standing relations between Taiwan and the Central American country and her administration's commitment to "steadfast diplomacy."
As China seeks to limit Taiwan's international space, the United States should help Taipei keep its diplomatic allies and not leave it at the mercy of Beijing, U.S. think tank expert Walter Lohman said., 2 Comments
Nigeria's presidency has dismissed what it called 'incorrect media reports' to the effect that Nigeria has cut ties with Taiwan, African media reports said.
The recent conduct of air and maritime exercises by Chinese armed forces in the area around Taiwan is an example of by China showcasing its growing military strength and not a show of force directed at the government of Taiwan, according to former U.S. Institute in Taiwan (AIT) director Douglas Paal.
U.S. airline company Delta Air Lines will stop serving Taiwan in May, media reports quoted local travel agents as saying Friday., 1 Comment