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Solomon Islands breaks official ties with Taiwan
The Solomon Islands' government has cut official ties with Taiwan in a new blow to President Tsai Ing-wen, who is seeking re-election in January amid rising tension with China.
Solomon Islands forms task force to shift ties from Taiwan to China
Taiwan is expected to lose yet another ally on the international stage as the Solomon Islands considers developing ties with China, in a move which will leave the self-ruled island with only sixteen allies across the world.
China says it will sanction US firms in Taiwan warplane sale
China said Wednesday that it will levy sanctions against US companies linked to a planned $8 billion sale of advanced F-16V fighter jets to Taiwan in a move that has further strained Sino-American relations.
US uses arms sales to Taiwan to pressure China: Analyst
Political commentator Andrew K.P Leung believes that the US is using its arms sales to Taiwan as leverage to pressure China and also as a bargaining chip in its trade talks with Beijing.
China threatens Trump over F-16 sale to Taiwan
China on Friday threatened the US with unspecified "countermeasures" if it follows through with a planned sale of F-16s fighter jets to Taiwan – the first of what will likely be many repercussions for the US administration's military support for Taiwan that Beijing views as part of its territory, usnews.com reported.
Taiwan braces for typhoon hours after earthquake strikes
A powerful typhoon will hit Taiwan later on Thursday, bringing the risk of landslides and high seas, weather forecasters said, hours after a 6.0-magnitude earthquake struck the island.
Taiwan calls China tourism ban a "mistake" amid rising tension
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen on Thursday called Beijing’s ban on individual tourists to the island a “major strategic mistake” amid heightened tension with giant neighbor China.
Taiwan offers help for Hong Kong protesters seeking sanctuary
The government of Taiwanese president, Tsai Ing-wen, says it would provide assistance to protesters, who are seeking sanctuary after fleeing to the self-ruled island, due to their involvement, earlier this month, in the occupation of the Hong Kong parliament.
China holds drills as US plans to sell arms to Taiwan
China says it has carried out air and naval drills along its southeast coast after warning the US against its plan to sell weapons worth 2.22 billion dollars to Taiwan.
US needs to ‘immediately cancel’ arms sale to Taiwan: China
China has called on the United States to “immediately cancel” a major potential arms sale to Taiwan, which Beijing considers as a serious violation of its sovereignty over the self-ruled island.
China says US actions on Taiwan, South China Sea threaten stability
The United States’ actions on Taiwan and the South China Sea are hardly conducive to maintaining stability in the region, a senior Chinese military official said on Saturday, responding to comments by acting US Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan.
Taiwan military drills significant given US-China trade war: Press TV correspondent
Press TV correspondent Steven Ribet says Taiwan drills are very significant this year given the fact that the US-China trade war is escalating.
Taiwan March export orders seen dropping for fifth straight month: Reuters poll
Taiwan's export orders likely declined for a fifth month in March but at a slower pace than in the previous month, a Reuters poll showed, as a prolonged downturn in global tech demand hurts manufacturers in the trade-reliant economy.
In US, Taiwan’s Tsai says Washington to procure more arms
Taiwan’s president Tsai Ing-wen, who is in the United States, says Washington has agreed to Taipei’s request for tanks and fighter jets to bolster its military, a move considered to be in open defiance of China, which views the self-ruled island as part of its territory.

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