United States and European Union increase cooperation with Taiwan

United States and European Union increase cooperation with Taiwan

Washington/Brussels/Taipei: – China had warned that no foreign interference would be tolerated in the Taiwan issue. But the United States and European Union showed that they do not pay any heed to the monopolistic Chinese claim on the neighbouring country. The United States despatched 2.5 million doses of the Corona vaccine to Taiwan. This number […]

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Rules-based system necessary in the Indo-Pacific, Indian Defence Minister slams China

Rules-based system necessary in the Indo-Pacific, Indian Defence Minister slams China

New Delhi – The Indian Defence Minister expected that a system based on international rules be maintained in the Indo-Pacific sector. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh was speaking at the virtual conference with the Defence Ministers of the ASEAN countries. The unrestrained Chinese activities in the Indo-Pacific are considered the biggest threat in the region. In […]

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European Union to increase cooperation with the democratic countries in Indo-Pacific  

European Union to increase cooperation with the democratic countries in Indo-Pacific  

Brussels: – France, Denmark and Germany had presented a proposal to increase cooperation with the countries in the Indo-Pacific. The European Union has accepted this proposal. Acceptance of the European Union proposal, when the Chinese domination activities are increasing in the Indo-Pacific sector, becomes significant. Saying that the proposal is not against China, the European […]

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US policies regarding Indo-Pacific will not change, US NSA assures

US policies regarding Indo-Pacific will not change, US NSA assures

Washington: New US President, Joe Biden’s policies regarding the Indo-Pacific sector, will not change. US National Security Advisor, Jake Sullivan assured that the Biden administration would further strengthen the QUAD cooperation, founded by the previous administration. Sullivan clarified that QUAD cooperation would be one of President Trump’s policies, to be carried forward by Biden administration. […]

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India and US should view the events in Indo-Pacific more cautiously, warns USIBC President Nisha Biswal

India and US should view the events in Indo-Pacific more cautiously, warns USIBC President Nisha Biswal

New Delhi/Washington: India and the United States should view the Indo-Pacific sector’s dangerous developments more cautiously. India and the United States will have to do this if peace, prosperity and diversity in the sector has to preserve. Along with this, major challenges are posed before the economy of both countries due to the Coronavirus pandemic. […]

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Japan to develop longer-range anti-ship missiles

Japan to develop longer-range anti-ship missiles

Tokyo: Japan has announced that it is developing long-range anti-ship missiles to target the destroyers sailing dangerously close to the Japanese marine borders. Japanese Defence Minister Nobuo Kishi declared, ‘The situation in the East China Sea has become complicated, and it becomes necessary for Japan to act against the situation.’ Although Defence Minister Kishi did […]

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UK should form Indo-Pacific centric policy to counter Chinese influence, appeals renowned British thinktank

UK should form Indo-Pacific centric policy to counter Chinese influence, appeals renowned British thinktank

London: The United Kingdom should make its foreign policy, Indo-Pacific centric, against the background of the changing global scenario. A renowned British thinktank appealed that the United Kingdom should create a democratic opponent on the military, economic and diplomatic level, to challenge the Chinese influence. Whereas, the China-linked group, disturbed with the changes in the […]

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Military Intelligence chief of US Indo-Pacific Command in Taiwan; Advanced US destroyers sail South China Sea

Military Intelligence chief of US Indo-Pacific Command in Taiwan; Advanced US destroyers sail South China Sea

Taipei/Washington: – As per reports Rear Admiral Michael Studeman, Chief of military intelligence in the US Indo-Pacific Command, visited Taiwan. The Taiwanese sources have confirmed the reports. But the US defence department has not reacted to the report. The visit of the senior US naval officer, against the background of Chinese threats of attack on […]

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