Posts Tagged ‘Taiwan’
Congressman Points Out Looming Threat Of Taiwan Invasion In Light Of Russia-China Collaboration.
According to two Legislators, Moscow and Beijing have been keeping each other up to date on their intentions in the run-up to the Ukraine attack. At the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Feb. 25, Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) told EpochTV’s “China Insider” show that “I think they have cooperated and I think China is in a better position letting Russia go first, to analyze.” China is attempting to measure its next steps on Taiwan, the self-ruled island that the Chinese Communist Party claims as its own territory and has long vowed to bring under its control, if necessary through force. During an interview in Orlando, Florida, the politician stated, “China has designs on Taiwan.” “They also want to observe if the international community imposes genuine sanctions on Russia, how much it costs Russians, and how strong the willpower is…Read More
Xi and Putin Seek Further Collaboration Amid Growing Tensions.
On the opening day of the Beijing Winter Olympics, China’s President Xi Jinping received Russia’s Vladimir Putin, announcing a profound strategic alliance to counterbalance what they see as the United States’ malignant global influence. The two countries said in a joint statement that their new connection was superior to any political or military alliance formed during the Cold War. “Friendship between the two States has no limits, there are no ‘forbidden’ areas of cooperation,” they announced, revealing plans to engage in a variety of fields including space, climate change, artificial intelligence, and Internet regulation. The accord was the most explicit and bold expression yet of Russia and China’s determination to work together – and against the US – to create a new international order based on their own conceptions of human rights and democracy. Despite Putin touting a new gas deal…Read More