Taiwan's annual Han Kuang live-fire drills—scaled down due to the pandemic—will last through Friday and include both standing army and reserve mobilization.
Republican Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick, who recently returned from a trip to Ukraine, said on Monday that his "next stop" would be Taiwan.
The secretary of state was pressed to give U.S. security assurances to Ukraine and Taiwan during a House Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing on Monday.
Elected officials in the United States and elsewhere have discussed the possibility of a "diplomatic boycott," but campaigners say the plan is not enough.
Four pro-democracy activists with Tiananmen vigil organizer the Hong Kong Alliance were detained by police on Wednesday.
Japanese officials continued to express concerns about Taiwan's safety this week and emphasized Japan's own vulnerability in a potential Taiwan Strait crisis.
The nimble warship is the first of a new batch of naval vessels that experts say will improve Taiwan's asymmetric warfare capabilities against China.
The British prime minister was asked to offer the U.K.'s support to the people of Taiwan amid escalating threats and disinformation campaigns from China.
The latest Marvel installment has smashed box office records in North America, but there is still no theater release date in sight for Chinese fans.
A cartoon of President Joe Biden surrendering to the Taliban has been spread on social media websites.
USS Benfold conducted the U.S. Navy's first freedom of navigation operation since China introduced a new reporting law for foreign vessels.
A Chinese think tank objected to the U.S. Air Force reconnaissance aircraft's use of "JUNKY81" as a call sign during a close-in operation on Tuesday.
In a study published earlier this month, People's Liberation Army researchers discussed a model that could help the military land its future hypersonic UAVs.
Flight-tracking software showed a U.S. Navy patrol aircraft conducting a routine operation in the Bashi Channel, south of Taiwan, on Monday.
China's Foreign Ministry echoed remarks by Russian President Vladimir Putin, who said the United States had achieved "zero" during its 20 years in Afghanistan.
The Douyin streamer found her account permanently banned on Thursday for "violating community guidelines."
A German MEP said on Thursday that China's ambassador in Brussels tried to stop lawmakers from adopting the resolution, which seeks to upgrade EU-Taiwan ties.
China's new maritime law requires foreign vessels to report their call sign, cargo and destination before sailing through its defined territorial waters.
In an annual report prepared for lawmakers, Taiwan's Defense Ministry gave its latest assessments of China's military capabilities and ambitions.
A Chinese director has gained something of a cult following on TikTok with his daily rumor mill roundups.
The works of Chinese actor Zhao Wei were scrubbed from the internet last week. She has hinted that she remains in the country amid rumors of an escape to France.
A Taiwanese official says the ruling party did not hesitate when invited to hold unprecedented security talks with Japan to discuss mutual concerns about China.
Former Ambassador Kelly Craft said China was exploiting the lives of U.S. and Afghan citizens in a "propaganda" campaign against Taiwan.
The Japanese government says evacuation plans are ongoing, despite the planned withdrawal of military planes.
A Chinese commentator said the regulations are designed to include all of the Chinese-claimed territories in the East and South China seas.
At a meeting of the United Nations Security Council on Monday, China told the U.S. and its NATO allies that the withdrawal from Afghanistan "is not the end of responsibility" in the country.
China's unmanned aerial vehicles and People's Liberation Army warplanes have been detected in the skies around Japan on three consecutive days amid ongoing military exercises.
After Vice President Kamala Harris accused Beijing of coercion and bullying this week, China's Ministry of National Defense pushed back on the criticisms.
A government spokesperson said Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin's remarks were "irresponsible and wrong" after the U.S. official said Beijing was treading on the sovereignty of its neighbors.
The talks are set for Friday and were confirmed less than a week after reports said Japan and Taiwan's ruling parties were hoping to hold a bilateral dialogue.