The Pentagon is poised to make a $330 million arms sale to Taiwan, which Beijing considers a...
by Cindy | Sep 24, 2013
AP reports that Japan’s decision to acquire a new missile radar system from the United...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 29, 2011
Not content with a White House decision to sell Taiwan upgrades to its existing F-16s, Lockheed Martin is equipping congressmen to argue for the sale, long requested by Taipei, of brand new planes. From Reuters: A Lockheed...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 25, 2010
A senior Chinese official has warned of greater consequences if the U.S. continues to sell arms to Taiwan, the New York Times reports: The official, Huang Xueping, a spokesman for the Ministry of National Defense, warned the...
by Liu Yong | Oct 6, 2008
From AP: China has abruptly canceled a series of military and diplomatic contacts with the United States to protest a planned $6.5 billion package of U.S. arms sales to Taiwan, American officials told The Associated Press on...
by Beau Rowland | Oct 3, 2008
Following an earlier post on the pending status of a major U.S.-Taiwan arms sale, AFP reports: The Pentagon notified Congress Friday of 6.5 billion dollars in possible arms sales to Taiwan that would include advanced interceptor...
by Liu Yong | Jul 21, 2008
From Wall Street Journal: The White House appears increasingly unlikely to proceed with a planned $11 billion weapons sale to Taiwan, a decision that critics say could alter the strategic balance between the island and China and...
by Liu Yong | Jul 15, 2008
From AP: Taiwan will go ahead with its annual war games to prepare for a possible Chinese attack, the military said Tuesday, despite the recent warming in relations with Beijing. The military drill will feature live-fire air and...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 13, 2008
AP reports on the sentencing of a former Pentagon analyst on espionage charges: At a sentencing hearing in U.S. District Court, Gregg W. Bergersen, 51, of Alexandria, apologized and said he never meant to hurt his country....
by Liu Yong | Jun 27, 2008
From Reuters: Taiwan quietly wrapped up a week of computer-simulated military exercises on Friday, keeping the annual island-wide training event low-key this year as relations improve with its old rival, China. Military...
by Liu Yong | Jun 14, 2008
From The Christian Science Monitor: Taiwan and China sealed a deal on cross-strait charter flights and tourism Friday in Beijing, in the first formal talks between the two sides in nearly a decade. The deal comes amid a rapid...
by Michael Zhao | Dec 16, 2007
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by Xiao Qiang | Dec 14, 2007
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