China’s Speed in Selling Arms Prompt Us Partners To Buy From Beijing, Say Officials
Such concerns about China’s weapons sales are not new and have persisted despite Washington’s overall dominance in arms exports.
U.S. Military Presence in Taiwan and Philippines to Alter Balance of Power in the Indo-Pacific
Just as it’s helping Ukraine defend itself against Russian invasion by coordinating European allies, the U.S. is flexing both its military and diplomatic strength in the Indo-Pacific to hedge against China’s war plans.
Taiwan’s Military Conscription in 2024
Taiwan needs to overhaul its current training methods in accordance with the Overall Defense Concept to make the most out of the reform taking place in 2024.
Did China’s Balloon Violate International Law?
While balloons may no longer be valued for their war-fighting ability, they retain a unique capacity to undertake surveillance.
Overall Defense Concept Reshapes Taiwan’s Views on Defense Against China
The Overall Defense Concept, a proposal by Taiwanese admiral Lee Hsi-ming, may be what Taiwan needs to prevent China from taking over its shores.
How Worried Is Taiwan About a Chinese Invasion?
Survey shows the Taiwanese public is far less concerned about a Chinese invasion than citizens of other countries in the region.
Taiwan Ex-military Chief Urges Combat Preparedness Amid Rising China Threats
Former top Taiwanese defense official Admiral Lee Hsi-ming says he is concerned that forces are not ready to fight off China, and that a new defense concept is needed.