China Warns Taiwan; If The Island Collapses, The United States Won’t Help

By Tom Fowdy, RT. -

Beijing flexes its muscles in the wake of America’s humiliating exit from Afghanistan, with a hard-hitting Global Times editorial warning Taipei that, when it comes to the crunch, it will also be [...]

How A Key Pentagon Official Turned China Policy Over To Arms Industry And Taiwan Supporters

By Gareth Porter, Global Research. -

When the United States finalized a set of seven arms sales packages to Taiwan in August, including 66 upgraded F-16 fighter planes and longer-range air-to-ground missiles that could hit sensitive [...]

Dangers Of Military Confrontation Around Taiwan And South China Sea

By Ann Wright, Popular Resistance. -

Over the past two years, the United States has dramatically increased the number of U.S. Navy aircraft carriers and destroyers sent into the South China Sea as a freedom of navigation show of [...]

With US Support, Taiwan Planted Deception About Warning WHO Of COVID19

By Ajit Singh, The Grayzone. -

The Taiwanese government has claimed that it provided early warning to the World Health Organization (WHO) at the end of December about the novel coronavirus and the risk of human-to-human [...]

Some Countries Have Brought New Cases Down To Nearly Zero

By Jason Beaubien, NPR. -

Perhaps the greatest success story is New Zealand, which has stopped local transmission and has a plan to completely eliminate the virus from its territory. "The lesson is that it can be [...]

Taiwanese Flight Attendant Strike Cancels 2,250 Flights

By Brian Hioe, Labor Notes. -

Flight attendants at EVA Air have concluded the largest and longest strike in the history of Taiwan’s airline industry, from June 20 through July 10. Strikers notched a partial victory against [...]

Building Single-Payer Health System: Lessons From Taiwan’s Turnaround

By Michael Corcoran, -

There are obvious reasons why some people in the United States oppose the prospect of single-payer health care. Taking the profit out of health care -- a moral imperative and the norm [...]

Idle No More In Solidarity With Indigenous Taiwanese

By Staff, -

By Staff of Idle No More - Idle No More stands in solidarity with Indigenous Taiwanese who are currently occupying the 228 Peace Memorial Park/台北市二二八和平紀念公園. This current occupation has been for [...]

Protesters In Taiwan Rally Against Nuclear Power

By I-fan Lin, -

By I-fan Lin for Global Voices - Major cities across Taiwan recently witnessed mass demonstrations advocating for renewable energy policy and the decommissioning of the country's nuclear power [...]

Protesters In Taiwan Rally Against Nuclear Power

Bu Staff, -

Major cities across Taiwan recently witnessed mass demonstrations advocating for renewable energy policy and the decommissioning of the country's nuclear power stations. On March 14, as many [...]

Taiwan Charges 118 In Student-Led Occupy Protests

By Ralph Jennings, -

Taiwanese prosecutors have charged 118 people suspected of trespassing and other crimes related to student-led occupy protests in Taipei last year. But the suspects may get off with light [...]

Taiwanese Protesters Plot Next Steps After Parliament Occupation

By Neslon Moura, -

At 6:07 a.m. on April 10, the students inside the Taiwanese parliament voluntarily left the assembly hall while 20,000 people outside showed their support and witnessed the end of the [...]

Occupy Taiwan Sunflower Movements Moves To Next Stage

By Sunflower Movement, -

As the occupation of the legislature enters its 21st day, we give our deepest gratitude to the citizens of Taiwan for their participation and support. It is they who have given this movement a [...]

Police Evict Students From Taiwan Parliament, Injure Over 150

By Lawrence Chung, -

More than 150 people were injured and 61 students arrested after riot police armed with batons and water cannon waded in to break up a protest over a trade pact with China at Taiwan's parliament [...]

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