US officials are not the only ones visiting Taiwan, which aims to retain ties with treaty and unofficial allies
More details shared with the public as flights into Taiwan’s airspace hit a record 300 in August
Latest U.S. sale includes spare parts for tanks and combat vehicles to maintain current weapons systems
Many Taiwanese believe four months of training is inadequate to face the threat posed by China
Cartoon bear advises foreign students to choose Taiwan over China
Experts say survey shows the long-term impact of Taiwan’s wage slump
Secret agreements and staff have kept Taiwan from UN meetings
Group is expected to discuss Taiwan’s defense strategy against prospective Chinese invasion
Foreign Minister Joseph Wu stumps for further US support to make it an unattractive target to Beijing.
Standing in its way, potentially, are conservative social views that still see 18 and 19-year-olds as politically immature.
Most of their focus has been on how the US will respond.
Freddy Lim is the latest of Taiwan’s young politicians targeted by a recall.
During a recent visit, French Senator Alain Richard, who led a delegation of lawmakers, notably referred to Taiwan as a 'country,' in an unusual move for a sitting parliamentarian.
Earlier this month, Abbott warned that internal problems within China might lead Beijing to lash out at Taiwan.
Carrie Lam signaled no imminent move to reintroduce an extradition bill, but also showed no sign of giving in to demands that she leave office.
Protests against a controversial extradition bill and leader Carrie Lam again bring Hong Kong to a standstill.
Lawmakers delay second reading on proposed law that would allow extradition to China, which has angered Hong Kongers fearing erosion of basic freedoms under Chinese rule.
More protests planned as Hong Kong citizens grow angrier over proposed law that would allow extraditions to China.