Report claims China has missiles and electronics to invade Taiwan

A report issued by the Taiwanese defense ministry claims China's armed forces can "paralyze" Taiwan's defenses and are able to fully monitor Taiwan army deployments. Beijing has recently increased military activities around the island, which it described as Chinese territory. Further, China has always been clear that it would retake Taiwan with force. In this … Continue reading Report claims China has missiles and electronics to invade Taiwan

Trump says Biden should apologize to the whole world and do this ‘one last thing’

Earlier this week, Donald Trump insisted that the White House should "bomb the hell out of" the Taliban* if the militant group does not return US military hardware seized during their takeover of Afghanistan. Former President Donald Trump has slammed the US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan as a "humiliation" for the nation, also demanding that Joe Biden … Continue reading Trump says Biden should apologize to the whole world and do this ‘one last thing’

We’re ready to launch strike against ISIS-K, says UK official

The UK has said that it is "ready" to launch strikes at the ISIS-K terror network in Afghanistan after the Pentagon revealed that there are at least 2,000 fighters of the outfit in the war-torn country. Kabul Airport The Islamic State's Afghanistan affiliate, dubbed Islamic State Khorasan or ISIS-K, had claimed responsibility for the deadly … Continue reading We’re ready to launch strike against ISIS-K, says UK official

Mother of slain US marine slams Instagram for deleting her account

The mother of a fallen Marine, Shana Chappell, whose son died in a suicide bombing attack at the Kabul International Airport, had her Instagram account deleted, only to see it reactivated on Monday night. Instagram apologized following the deletion, saying in an email that it was an "error," according to the Washington Examiner. "We express our … Continue reading Mother of slain US marine slams Instagram for deleting her account

Biden defends departure from Afghanistan

Addressing the nation, a defensive President Joe Biden on Tuesday called the U.S. military airlift to extract more than 120,000 Afghans, Americans and other allies to end a 20 year war an “extraordinary success,” though more than 100 Americans and thousands of Afghans looking to leave remain. Joe Biden Twenty-four hours after the departure of … Continue reading Biden defends departure from Afghanistan

China slams top US military personnel for ‘irresponsible’ remarks

China strongly opposes "irresponsible" remarks recently made by U.S. military personnel, a military spokesperson said on Friday.  Tan Kefei, spokesperson for the Ministry of National Defense, stressed that the U.S. should do more that is conducive to the development of relations between the two countries and militaries, in response to a speech by the commander … Continue reading China slams top US military personnel for ‘irresponsible’ remarks

China frowns at United States relations with Taiwan

The U.S. State Department has approved the sale of 40 155mm howitzer artillery systems to Taiwan in a $750 million agreement, the Pentagon says. This follows last year's U.S. sales of drones and coastal missile defenses, meant to defend from a Chinese invasion. The Biden administration earlier approved other commercial sales of arms to Taiwan. … Continue reading China frowns at United States relations with Taiwan

Biden gains NATO support in confrontation with China and Russia

President Joe Biden used his first appearance at a NATO summit since taking office to call on Russian President Vladimir Putin to step back from provocative actions targeting the U.S. and its allies on Monday. NATO leaders joined the United States in formally accusing Moscow and Beijing of malign actions. Joe Biden, President of the … Continue reading Biden gains NATO support in confrontation with China and Russia

Russia bemoans U.S. decision to pull out from Open Skies arms pact, says it’s ‘a political mistake’

Russia on Friday called a U.S. decision to not rejoin the Open Skies arms control pact, which allows unarmed surveillance flights over member countries, a political mistake that strikes a sour note ahead of a summit, Russian news agencies reported. Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Sergei Ryabkov, Russia's deputy foreign minister, was quoted by the … Continue reading Russia bemoans U.S. decision to pull out from Open Skies arms pact, says it’s ‘a political mistake’

WAR-TIME: Why UK aircraft carrier is heading to China

England: In sending Britain's flagship aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, to Asia, the British government seeks to show the region's countries, including China, that Britain will enforce the international law of the sea, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said late last week. UK aircraft carrier "One of the things we'll be doing clearly is showing to … Continue reading WAR-TIME: Why UK aircraft carrier is heading to China