Tag: Taiwan

BRIEFS

Tuvalu’s New Prime Minister Reaffirms Strong Ties with Taiwan

Prime Minister Feleti Teo of Tuvalu made a statement...

U.S. Special Forces to be Permanently Stationed in Taiwan

On February 29, it was reported by Taiwan News...

Taiwan Detected Eleven Chinese Ships Around Kinmen Island

The Taiwanese Ministry of National Defense claimed they have...

Taiwan Navy Commissions Fourth Tuo Chiang-Class Corvette

Taiwanese officials said the fourth corvette of the Chiang...

STORIES

Committee Sends Letter to Elon Musk Asking for Clarification About Starshield

Letter to CEO On February 24th, Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-WI) and Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-IL), Chairman and Ranking Member of the Select Committee on the Strategic Competition Between the United States and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), sent a letter to SpaceX CEO Elon Musk. The letter asked Elon Musk for...

Remaining MPs Arrive at Tuvalu Capital to Vote for New Prime Minister

Remaining MPs Set to Arrive New Members of Parliament (MP) are expected to vote this weekend or early next week for Tuvalu’s next prime minister. The vote was delayed for at least one month due to adverse weather preventing several MPs from traveling to the country’s capital, Funafuti. However, the final...

Budget Request Shows Chinese Incursions Straining Taiwan’s Military Fuel Funds

Request For Additional Fuel Funds Recently, it was revealed that Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense submitted a letter to the Legislative Yuan to approve more funds to pay for additional fuel in 2023. The ministry submitted the request to the Legislative Yuan’s General Accounting Office to approve $15.3 million USD...

United States Urges China and Taiwan from Escalating Tensions Near Kinmen Islands

The United States urged both Taiwan and China not to escalate tensions regarding the February 14th, 19th, and 20th incidents near Kinmen Island. The U.S. State Department spokesperson, Matthew Miller, made the comments during the department's press conference on February 20th. Miller called for both sides to show restraint...

Taiwanese Military Said They Will Not Help Coast Guard Unless Requested

Taiwanese Military Statement The Taiwanese military’s deputy director for joint military operations planning said they will not help the Taiwanese Coast Guard (TCG) unless the agency requests it during a February 21st press conference. The director’s comments were in response to the ongoing dispute between China and Taiwan regarding the...

China Responds to February 14th Incident Near Kinmen Island

Taiwan Affairs Office's Response  On February 17th, Zhu Fenglian, a spokesperson for China’s Taiwan Affairs Office (TAO), gave a statement about the February 14th incident near Kinmen Island that caused the deaths of two Chinese fishermen. Zhu first said that incident significantly angered “all circles on the mainland and seriously...

Week's Recap

India and Mauritius Inaugurate New Base in Indian Ocean

Inauguration of Base On February 29th, India and Mauritius inaugurated...

DRC’s Felix Tshisekedi Agrees ‘in Principle’ to Meet Rwanda’s Paul Kagame

What You Need to Know: A meeting today between President...

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Kenya and Haiti Sign Security Deal

A Potential End Kenya and Haiti have signed a security...
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