• China’s Invasion Of Taiwan Is Now A Question Of When, Not If: OPED
    Tensions across the Taiwan Strait have been at their highest for many years. China is also flying fighter jets toward Taiwanese airspace daily. China used US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan in August 2022 to exponentially expand military activity in the area. eurasiantimes
  • McCaul: Odds of conflict with China and Taiwan ‘very high’
    “We have to be prepared for this — and it could happen I think as long as Biden is in office projecting weakness as he did with Afghanistan that led to Putin invading Ukraine — that the odds are very high we could see a conflict with China and Taiwan and the Indo-Pacific,” McCaul told … Continue reading McCaul: Odds of conflict with China and Taiwan ‘very high’
  • China urges U.S. to revoke arms sale to Taiwan
    BEIJING, June 9 (Xinhua) — The United States should immediately correct its erroneous act of selling arms to Taiwan and cease playing with fire when it comes to Taiwan-related issues, a Chinese spokesperson said on Thursday. CCTV
  • China blasts US, says it will ‘fight to the end’ for Taiwan
    Chinese Defense Minister Wei Fenghe on Sunday accused the United States of being a “bully” and “hijacking” countries around the region, during a combative speech in which he said his country would “fight to the very end” to stop Taiwanese independence. CNN
  • China Alarms US With New Warnings to Avoid Taiwan Strait
    Chinese military officials in recent months have repeatedly asserted that the Taiwan Strait isn’t international waters during meetings with US counterparts, according to a person familiar with the situation, generating concern within the Biden administration. Bloomberg
  • ‘Stop smearing’ China
    “We request the U.S. side to stop smearing and containing China. Stop interfering in China’s internal affairs. The bilateral relationship cannot improve unless the U.S. side can do that,” he told delegates at the dialogue, Asia’s top defense conference. CNBC
  • China Defense Minister Says Nuclear Buildup Is Justified
    SINGAPORE—China’s defense minister said the country’s nuclear weapons buildup is an appropriate response to a more threatening international environment, a rare official acknowledgment of Beijing’s expanding nuclear arsenal. WSJ
  • China will ‘not hesitate to start war’ over Taiwan, Beijing tells US
    The Chinese minister vowed that Beijing would “smash to smithereens any ‘Taiwan independence’ plot and resolutely uphold the unification of the motherland”, according to the Chinese defence ministry. He “stressed that Taiwan is China’s Taiwan… Using Taiwan to contain China will never prevail”, the ministry said. AFP/MSN
  • if China invaded Taiwan and what it would mean for Australia
    Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles says Australia must be vigilant around the prospect of an invasion of Taiwan as experts outline how a conflict could play out.
  • China Invasion Of Taiwan Could Devastate Wall Street
    The situation is quite different if China invades Taiwan or tries to change the status quo in some other shrewd way. Then, the U.S. will have little choice but to intervene. IBTimes
China vs Taiwan