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USAID Launches Latest Cleanup of Agent Orange Site

<p>The U.S. launched on Saturday a $183 million cleanup at a former Vietnam storage site for Agent Orange, a toxic defoliant used in the nations' bitter war, which years later is still blamed for severe birth defects, cancers and disabilities. …</p>
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China’s Political System Helps Advance Its Artificial Intelligence

<p>Recent technological advances demonstrated by China have started an intense debate on whether it is set to take a lead in the field of artificial intelligence, or AI, which has extensive business and military applications.</p><p>U.S. concerns about China's ...
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President Tsai inspects front-line air force base in Penghu

<p>President Tsai Ing-wen said April 17 during a visit to a front-line air force base in Taiwan's outlying Penghu County that the government and people are deeply grateful for the sacrifices of the nation's fighting men and women.</p><p> </p><p>Increasing acti...
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Tsai reiterates Taiwan’s commitment to free, open Indo-Pacific

<p>President Tsai Ing-wen said April 16 that Taiwan is ready, willing and able to work with the U.S. and other like-minded partners in promoting a free, open and prosperous Indo-Pacific.</p><p> </p><p>As the two sides mark the 40th anniversary of the …<...
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Iran’s Oil Exports Hit 2019 Low in April

<p>LONDON Iran's crude oil exports have dropped in April to their lowest daily level this year, tanker datashowed and industry sources said, suggesting buyers are curbing purchases before Washington clamps down further on Iranian shipments as expected next mo...
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Foreign Minister Wu lauds robust Taiwan-US ties in TRA40

<p>The Taiwan Relations Act is an enduring statement of the core interests shared by Taiwan and the U.S., and one of the reasons for the country's emergence as a global bastion of freedom, democracy and human rights, according to Minister …</p>
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Tsai touts Taiwan’s economic prowess at AmCham business banquet

<p>President Tsai Ing-wen said April 10 that Taiwan's economy is on the growth track and there are many potential-laden areas for Taiwan and like-minded partners such as the U.S to cultivate mutually beneficial opportunities.</p><p> </p><p>Taiwan's gross domes...
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How Taiwan’s Presidential Candidates See China, Their Biggest External Threat

<p>TAIPEI Six Taiwanese political heavyweights who are considered top contenders in the autonomous island's presidential race see it's old rival, China, across a spectrum from military threat to friend and business partner.</p><p>China's Communist leadership ...
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Philippine Communist Rebels Grow New Aid Sources as China Steps Away

<p>A beleaguered group of Mao Zedonginspired rebels in the Philippines is tapping funds from overseas and recruits from among ideological sympathizers at home to help battle the government for the next 50 years as former benefactor communist China backs away.&...
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