Taiwan confirms presence of US special forces

The Taiwanese defense chief has confirmed US troops are training the island’s army, with some stationed 10km from mainland China

Beijing sanctions two US defence companies over Taiwan arms sales

The United States Congress, under the Taiwan Relations Act, requires the supply of weapons to the self-governing democracy for its defence.

Taiwan to work with US to counter China authoritarianism

Beijing announced three-days of military exercises around Taiwan on Saturday, calling them a "stern warning" to the self-ruled island's government after Tsai met with US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy in Los Angeles earlier this week.

Taiwan’s President arrives in New York

Tsai Ing-wen, the president of Taiwan, arrived in New York amid criticism from China, which threatened the US with dire consequences.

China issues warning over Taiwan leader’s visit to US

Beijing vowed to take countermeasures should the Taiwanese leader meet with the US House speaker

Another state may cut ties with Taiwan

Honduras wants to establish formal diplomatic relations with Beijing

Taiwan arrested four military officers for spying for China

Taiwanese authorities have detained four military officers suspected of spying for Beijing, local media reported on Wednesday.

Rishabh Pant injured in car crash

Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant was recovering in hospital Friday after his car crashed into a road divider and caught fire when the star wicketkeeper-batsman was travelling to New Delhi, police and doctors said in a statement.

China angered, Taiwan cheered by new U.S. defence act

China blasted an annual U.S. defense spending bill for hyping up the “China threat” while Taiwan welcomed the legislation.

Military aid to Ukraine could hurt Taiwan, fears US government

Washington’s policy of continuously arming Ukraine is exacerbating delays of weapon shipments to Taiwan, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, citing congressional and government officials familiar with the matter.