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China rages against Bolton meeting with Taiwan as anti-invasion drills begin...

Beijing's comments came as Taiwan began its annual Han Kuang Exercise on Tuesday. The military drills are aimed at ensuring the island's readiness for an invasion by communist China's People's Liberation Army (PLA).

China’s human rights abuses threaten the state of our union

The wife of a Taiwanese human rights activist imprisoned in China will attend President Trump’s State of the Union address Tuesday night, hoping to...

Last remaining US airlines give in to Chinese pressure on Taiwan

In a major victory for China's Government, the final three of 44 international airlines told to change the way they refer to the self-governing...

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Treasury Secretary Mnuchin: I won’t be ‘losing any sleep’ if China dumps US bonds...

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