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Military expert urges more anti-armor weapons training for Taiwan reserve forces

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan should increase anti-armor weapons training for Army reservists, according to military analyst Chen Kuo-ming (陳國銘). Chen pointed out on Monday (Feb. 28) that the...

How Russia's invasion of Ukraine threatens geopolitical order

Russia's invasion not only threatens the sovereignty of Ukraine, but has undermined the entire geopolitical order, according to German security experts. "Today almost everything is different ...

EU and NATO react harshly to Russia's Ukraine invasion

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) has accused Russia's President Vladimir Putin of a blatant breach of international law and called on him to stop the attack on Ukraine. "This February 24 ...

China may attack Taiwan to achieve 1 of 3 political goals: Former defense minister

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Former Minister of Defense Yang Nian-tsu (楊念祖) on Thursday (Feb. 17) listed three political goals China may aim for in a campaign against Taiwan: using war to push for pea...

Hungarian PM warns of refugee wave if Russia invades Ukraine

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Hungary's nationalist prime minister warned Saturday that a Russian invasion of Ukraine could send hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian refugees fleeing across the border into h...

Radar sensor Market Scenario, Gross Margin, Regional Demand and Forecast to 2030

Radar Sensor Market to reach USD 29.6 billion by 2025. Radar sensor Market valued approximately USD 7.1 billion in 2017 is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than 19.62 % over the ...

Radar sensor Market Opportunities, Size, Share, Emerging Trends, And Forecast To 2030

Radar Sensor Market to reach USD 29.6 billion by 2025. Radar sensor Market valued approximately USD 7.1 billion in 2017 is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than 19.62 % over the ...

Britain to upgrade communications on Cyprus military base

NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — The U.K. will build a new communications facility on one of two bases it maintains on the eastern Mediterranean island nation of Cyprus, a British Defense Ministry spokesman sai...

What do we know about North Korea's missiles?

North Korea began 2022 by testing what Pyongyang claims is a new type of "hypersonic missile," in the country's first weapons test since autumn 2021. As the reclusive East Asian nation ...

Japan entry controls to stay until more known about omicron

TOKYO (AP) — Japan will keep in place its recently reimposed strict border controls, which ban most foreign entrants, until more information is known about the omicron variant of the coronavirus, Japa...

Tigray leader says fighters to leave nearby Ethiopian areas

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — The leader of Tigray forces in Ethiopia says its fighters outside of the region have been ordered to withdraw and return to the embattled federal state. ...

MI6 spy chief says China, Russia, Iran top UK threat list

LONDON (AP) — China, which is increasingly flexing its muscles around the world, is one of the biggest threats to Britain and its allies, and a “miscalculation" by Beijing could lead to war, the head ...

Iran: President Raisi's hard-line government stalling on progress

Conservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi was inaugurated as Iran's sixth president in August, coming into office as an uncompromising hard-liner, in contrast to his predecessor, Hassan Rouhani. As a sup...

Taiwan VP visits Wei Shui Station and I-Mei store on 100th anniversary of TCA

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Vice President William Lai (賴清德) on Sunday (Oct. 17) toured the former Daan Hospital in Taipei’s historic Dadaocheng area, where the late Taiwanese physician and soc...

Greece, US expand defense pact in face of Turkey tensions

WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States and Greece signed a deal Thursday expanding their defense cooperation agreement to grant U.S. forces broader use of Greek bases, as that nation deals with tensions ...