Taiwan May Be Making Quiet Military Power Moves In The South China Sea

Daily Caller News Foundation | Ryan Pickrell
An aerial photo taken though a glass window of a Taiwanese military plane shows the view of Itu Aba, which the Taiwanese call Taiping, at the South China Sea, March 23, 2016. REUTERS/Ministry of Foreign Affairs/Handout via Reuters

Possibly building anti-aircraft positions

Google's Internet Cable Spans Entire Pacific Ocean

Business | Eric Lieberman
Employees of Orange Marine work on the installation of the very high speed submarine cable "SEA-ME-WE 5" linking Singapore to France, on March 1, 2016 in La Seyne-sur-Mer, southern France. BORIS HORVAT/AFP/Getty Images

From US to Japan To Taiwan

Experts: Arming Taiwan Is Best Way To Bring Down The Communists

Daily Caller News Foundation | Ryan Pickrell
Taiwanese cadets march during a ceremony to mark the 92nd anniversary of the Whampoa Military Academy, in Kaohsiung, southern Taiwan June 16, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu - RTX2GHKT

‘Taiwan is a viable alternative to the PRC’

Money Trail For Chinese Propaganda In DC Paper Leads To Surprising Source

Daily Caller News Foundation | Ryan Pickrell
A Taiwanese fishing boat sets sail to Itu Aba, which Taiwan calls Taiping, Taiwan's sole holding in the disputed Spratly Islands, in protest against a tribunal's ruling on the South China Sea, in Pingtung, Taiwan July 20, 2016. REUTERS/Damon Lin

Supporters of overlooked South China Sea player speak out

Taiwan 'Accidentally' Fired Supersonic Missile At China

Daily Caller News Foundation | Elena Weissmann
Taiwanese navy personnel walk at Suao Naval Base in Yilan, Taiwan June 4, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Just as China celebrates 95 years of communism.

The Danger From China’s Coming Recession

Opinion | Keith Naughton
An investor watches an electronic board showing stock information at a brokerage office in Beijing

Nobody knows when China will dip into recession, but every day that goes by is one day closer.

Watch This INSANE Video Of A Plane Crashing Into A Bridge

Video | Derek Hunter

Plane’s wing clips bridge, and possibly a car, before plunging into a river

China To U.S.: Stay Out Of Our Business

World | Justin Smith
China To U.S.: Stay Out Of Our Business

China is getting aggressive in the South China Sea

Angelina Jolie's Movie Interview Offends Chinese Fans

Entertainment | Hayley Hoefer
Actress Angelina Jolie

Fans accuse actress of giving loaded answer

International partnerships are key to a strong missile defense amid budget crunch

Opinion | Michael J. Del Rosso
Mideast Syria.JPEG

Japan, Israel, and UAE have all made strong partners; we should keep leaning on them.

This Taiwanese college student crammed her cat in a jar

Education | Eric Owens
Collage: YouTube screenshot, Facebook via the Daily Mail

‘I did not want to put my pet cats inside metal cages’

Former Taiwanese President attempts suicide

World | McHenry Lee

Chen Shui-bian is currently serving a 20 year sentence for corruption

Taiwan police: Woman kills self while chatting on Facebook - AP

World | InternAdmin

Claire Lin alerted friends to her gradual asphyxiation, on her birthday; no one called police

Some Asians' college strategy: Don't check 'Asian' - AP

US | admin
Yale University

‘Asian-American is more a scale or a gradient than a discrete combination. I think it’s a choice,’ one Asian-American says

US to aid Taiwan with $5.85B in fighter jet upgrades - AP

World | interns
Taiwan US

Tainwan, who has been seeking new planes since 2006, to receive help from US

Walking a tightrope: U.S. arms sales to Taiwan

Opinion | Ted Galen Carpenter

Taiwan wants to purchase new F-16s from the U.S., but China is pushing back.

China is a competitor, not a partner

Opinion | Ed Ross

The U.S. and China will always be competitors. We shouldn’t delude ourselves into thinking otherwise.

Beijing Opera comes to Washington

Opinion | Stephen Yates

The US needs a different approach to dealing with China.

The Korean nightmare yet again

Opinion | Herb London

China uses North Korea as a tool to promote its regional dominance and, in the process, undermine U.S. influence.