Taiwan Will Not Bow to Chinese Pressure, President Says Amid Tensions

Taiwan will not bow to pressure from China, President Tsai Ing-wen pledged in a speech on Oct. 10 to celebrate Taiwan’s National Day. “There should be absolutely no illusions that the Taiwanese people will bow to pressure,” Tsai said, vowing …

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15 South Korean Military Officials Charged for the Death of Sexual Abuse Victim

South Korean military prosecutors have charged 15 Air Force officials over the death of an officer who took her life after alleging sexual abuse by a colleague. Those charge include colonels accused of failing to properly report the death of …

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Top U.S. General Mark Milley Calls Afghanistan Withdrawal a ‘Logistical Success But Strategic Failure’

Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Mark Milley told the United States Senate that the withdrawal of troops and the evacuation of citizens from Afghanistan was a “logistical success but a strategic failure.” Milley appeared alongside Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin …

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France and Greece to Sign Defense Contract after AUKUS Problem

France and Greece will sign a key defense agreement on Tuesday, signaling that Paris is re-establishing military links within Europe after a diplomatic spat with Australia and the United States over a canceled submarine contract. According to three Greek government …

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Classified UK Ministry of Defense Documents Found at Bus Stop

Classified Ministry of Defense (MOD) documents have been found at a bus stop in southeastern England, prompting an investigation. A member of the public, who requested to remain anonymous, contacted the BBC after finding nearly 50 pages of classified papers …

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