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How China could take Taiwan without even needing to invade

CNN 22 Jun 2024
Taiwan’s coast guard, with only 10 ocean-going ships and about 160 smaller ones, lacks the numbers to push back a quarantine effort, the report says ... For those that fail to comply, enforcement mechanisms could have a chilling effect on all shipping.
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Taiwan Detects 36 Chinese Aircraft, 7 Naval Vessels Around Its Territory

NDTV 22 Jun 2024
Taiwan's Ministry of Defence detected 36 Chinese aircraft and seven shipping vessels around its territory in the last 24 hours till 6 am on Friday ... .
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How rising anti-American axis sees US weakness, and is ready to pounce

New York Post 22 Jun 2024
Samuel Paparo, the new head of US Indo-Pacific Command, if the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) made a move against Taiwan, he would “deploy thousands of unmanned submarines, unmanned surface ships and ...
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Taiwan detects 36 Chinese aircraft, seven shipping vessels around its territory

Beijing News 21 Jun 2024
Taiwan's Ministry of Defence detected 36 Chinese aircraft and seven shipping vessels around its territory in the last 24 hours till 6 am on Friday ... and naval ships that operate near Taiwan's territory.
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Satellite images show apparent mock-ups of US fifth-gen fighter jets and a runway with blast ...

Business Insider 21 Jun 2024
China has much to gain from practicing with mock-ups of US aircraft and ships. China has also built a mockup of Taiwan's capital city, including its presidential office and government buildings, out in the desert of the Alxa League area.
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Taiwan detects 11 Chinese military aircraft, eight naval vessels near its territory

Beijing News 20 Jun 2024
Taiwan in its response, sent aircraft and naval ships and deployed coastal-based missile systems to monitor the PLA activity, as reported by Taiwan News ... operating around Taiwan, Taiwan News reported.
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EDITORIAL: Deterring China’s plans with UAVs

Taipei Times 20 Jun 2024
Paparo told him that as soon as China’s invasion force began to move across the 180km Taiwan Strait, the US military would deploy thousands of uncrewed submarines, surface ships and aerial drones to ...
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2024 TaylorMade golf balls: Which is right for your game and budget?

Golf Week 20 Jun 2024
The factory in Liberty, South Carolina, that Fox stood outside was TaylorMade’s North American golf ball plant where TP5, TP5x and Tour Response balls are made, boxed and shipped to North America.
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Export orders up 7%, exceeding estimate

Taipei Times 20 Jun 2024
A cargo ship is pictured at the Port of Kaohsiung on June 7. Taiwan’s export orders last month rose 7 percent year-on-year to US$48.89 billion and increased 2.2 percent to US$229.3 billion in the first ...
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New US arms sale to Taiwan approved

The Hill 19 Jun 2024
The Biden administration approved a $360 million weapons sale to Taiwan Tuesday, the State Department announced ... China began new military exercises around Taiwan late last month, scrambling jets and sending ships out to patrol.
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Taiwan president says island 'will not bow' to China's pressure

Hong Kong Standard 19 Jun 2024
"However, Taiwan will not bow to the pressure ... In recent months, Chinese coast guard ships have also been spotted around Taiwan's outlying islands, at times briefly entering its restricted waters. .
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President reiterates value of strength

Taipei Times 19 Jun 2024
With Taiwan in a strategic position in one of world’s busiest shipping lanes, standing on the front line of the democratic world and playing a crucial role in advanced technology supply chains, the ...
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Taiwan keeping watch after Chinese submarine surfaces in Taiwan Strait

Hong Kong Standard 18 Jun 2024
Taiwan's defence minister said on Tuesday that they have a "grasp" of the situation after pictures appeared online of a Chinese nuclear submarine surfacing in the sensitive Taiwan Strait near Taiwanese fishermen.
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Taiwan remains vigilant after Chinese nuclear submarine surfacing in Taiwan Strait

Jurist 18 Jun 2024
The craft, suspected to be a Jin-class nuclear ballistic missile submarine, was photographed off the Penghu or Pescadores islands, approximately 200km (125 miles) off Taiwan’s western coast.
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China going all-in on drone-led seizure of Taiwan

Asiatimes 18 Jun 2024
Furthermore, Asia Times noted this month that China’s Type 076 amphibious assault ship could serve as a drone carrier in a potential Taiwan conflict as it can accommodate UCAVs and other fixed-wing drones carrying aircraft and assault forces.

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