US Arms Sales to Taiwan Indicate Tougher Attitude Towards China
The Trump administration has approved a series of arms sales to Taiwan, indicating closer U.S.-Taiwan relations as well as a tougher attitude towards China.
Weak Military Training Leaves Taiwanese Draftees Unprepared for War
Taiwan’s national defense is in a weak state because of its inefficient military training program for conscripted soldiers.
India Has Seized Kashmir, but Not the Hearts and Minds of Kashmiris
Beyond the geopolitics, it’s hard to see how India will win the hearts and minds of ordinary Kashmiris, who woke up on August 5 to find their Internet cut off.
Taiwan's Military Announces Its Newest Defense Program: 'Surrender Food'
'This might work,' quipped one Chinese internet user, 'because PLA soldiers might die from laughing too hard.'
Explaining the Rumors About Taiwan's Planned F-16 Purchase From the US
Answering some common questions on Taiwan's request to purchase F-16V fighter jets from the United States.
ANALYSIS: Major Issues Linger in the US-Philippines Security Alliance
A recent visit by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo clarified the US position on defending the Philippines, but questions remain over the longstanding security alliance.
How Taiwan Can Survive the Next Phase of the US-China Rivalry
As the African proverb goes: 'When two elephants fight, it is the grass that gets trampled.'