Trump Administration readies major arms sale to Taiwan …
· The US is preparing to sell seven packages of weapons systems to Taiwan, a congressional aide told CNN, saying it was unclear when the Congress would be formally notified about the sales…
US advances three arms sales packages to Taiwan
US advances three arms sales packages to Taiwan By: Joe Gould October 12, 2020 The U.S. sales involve the Lockheed Martin-made truck-mounted rocker launcher system High Mobility Artillery Rocket
US Moving Forward With Three Arms Sales to Taiwan
· Those sales are lucrative for US weapons makers, and Taiwan is a leading customer. In the 2019 fiscal year, Taiwan requested more weapons from the US than any other country .
China angered by U.S. arms sales to Taiwan, threatens …
China threatened on Thursday to retaliate against the latest U.S. arms sale to Taiwan, as the island welcomed the weapons package but said it was not looking to get into an arms race with Beijing.
US authorized new arms sales to Taiwan. China isn’t …
· So the weapons sales, on one hand, are really about keeping an ally happy and safe. But on the other hand, they’re also about putting Beijing on notice. How China might respond to Taiwan arms sales
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China warns against first major US-Taiwan arms sale in …
· The administration had announced more than $12bn in arms sales to Taiwan since 2010, but only one sale had occurred since – $5.9bn worth that included upgrades for Taiwan’s F …
Thoughts on U.S. Arms Sales to Taiwan
On January 14, 2014, Richard Bush spoke at “Threading the Needle: U.S. Arms Sales to Taiwan,” an event hosted by the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars.
US defence giant Honeywell distances itself from …
· “The US arms sale is ‘penny wise, pound-foolish’. They sell weapons to Taiwan but lose their market in China, and their non-military products will be boycotted in China too,” the article read.
Is Taiwan Really Buying the ‘Wrong’ Weapons? – The …
· If Taiwan is buying the wrong weapons it is in good part because the United States is choosing to sell them. It is telling on this point that the criticisms of North American think tanks on Taiwan
Taiwan reports ‘large incursion’ by Chinese warplanes for …
Taiwan’s defence ministry said eight Chinese bomber planes capable of carrying nuclear weapons, four fighter jets and one anti-submarine aircraft entered its self-declared south-western air
US Approves $1.8bn in Potential Arms Sales to Taiwan
· TEHRAN (Tasnim) – The US State Department has approved the potential sale of three weapons systems to Taiwan, including sensors, missiles …
Submarine sales to Taiwan ‘improbable’: US council
Submarine sales to Taiwan are “highly improbable,” a new commentary published by the US Council on Foreign Relations says. “Transferring submarine technology to the island will take too long and cost the Taiwanese military far more than what it can afford,” council research associate Lauren Dickey said. She said that the costs the US would incur to resurrect small numbers of diesel
U.S. and Taiwan: A dangerous arms sales game
· U.S. arms sales to Taiwan have a long history. From 1949 to 1979, the North American country provided 4.22 billion U.S. dollars in military aid as well as 1.76 billion in economic support. And military relations didn’t stop after the establishment of diplomatic relations
US Says Yes to Taiwan Submarine Program
US President George W Bush promised Taiwan arms sales in 2001 that included Kidd class destroyers, anti-submarine warfare weapons and submarines. They were delayed due to the legislature in Taiwan interfering along with a dispute with the US over the down payment.
US to sell air-to-ground missiles to Taiwan
Taiwan’s defense ministry said the weapons would help it “build credible combat capabilities and strengthen the development of asymmetric warfare”. The sales announced Wednesday did not include the MQ9 Reaper combat drones, which Taiwan has also reportedly requested.
The US weapons Taiwan wants to bolster its defences
The US weapons Taiwan wants to bolster its defences The Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II is a family of single-seat, single-engined, all-weather stealth multi-role fighter. It was