China warns of ‘counter-measures’ over US arms sales to Taiwan Chinese Embassy in Washington calls on Biden administration to ‘immediately revoke’ approval of $1.1B package.
US approves $1.1bn Taiwan arms sale, angering China
Beijing called on the US to revoke the missiles-and-radar deal or face "counter-measures".
US approves $1.6 billion sale of arms for Taiwan, angering China
The sale comes a month after US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi defiantly visited Taiwan, prompting China to launch a show of force that could be a trial run for a future invasion.
US announces $1.1bn arms sale to Taiwan, angering China
Boost to Taiwanese air defences forms biggest part of deal amid heightened tensions after Beijing’s enhanced military drills around island
US approves potential $1.1bn weapons sale to Taiwan: Pentagon
Potential sale of anti-ship and air-to-air missiles to Taiwan comes amid heightened tensions between US and China.
Biden plans to ask Congress to approve $1.1 bln arms sale to Taiwan- Politico
The Biden administration plans to ask the U.S. Congress to approve an estimated $1.1 billion arms sale to Taiwan, including 60 anti-ship missiles and 100 air-to-air missiles, Politico reported on Monday, citing sources, amid heightened tensions with China
Should China worry about Japan’s proposed rise in defence spending?
Budget request covers acquisition of more than 100 items, including upgrades to missile interception systems.
Japan plans to develop longer-range missiles to counter China, Russia
Japan will develop and mass produce a cruise missile and a high-velocity ballistic missile, it said on Wednesday, as it seeks the ability to strike more distant targets as part of a military expansion aimed at meeting threats from China and Russia.