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US formalizes sale of new F-16 warplanes to Taiwan


An F-16V jet flies during a drill in Hualien on March 26.
Photo: Yu Tai-lang, Taipei Times

The government has formally signed an agreement to buy 66 of the latest model F-16 jets built by Lockheed Martin Corp.

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Ma Ying-jeou’s reality bubble

Former president Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) this week came under fire over his speech at a Rotary Club meeting in Taipei on Monday, when he said that Beijing’s military strategy toward Taiwan was “to let the first battle be the last.” If China started a cross-strait war, it would end quickly, without time for other nations to react, he said in his “Cross-Strait Relations and Taiwan Security” address, criticizing President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) for saying that she hoped other nations would come to Taiwan’s aid in Beijing’s first wave of attacks.

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Family, friends, public bid farewell to Lee


People hold figurines of former president Lee Teng-hui outside Che-lam Presbyterian Church in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: CNA

Family members and close friends bade farewell to former president Lee Teng-hui (李登輝) at a private funeral service at Taipei’s Che-Lam Presbyterian Church yesterday morning, after which a funeral procession made a symbolic lap around the Presidential Office Building before winding its way to the Taipei City Second Funeral Parlor.

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Facing the nation’s enemy within

Washington has gradually realized that the People’s Republic of China (PRC) seeks to challenge global democratic values and US supremacy. As a result, US officials have set to work to “clean the stables.”

These measures include investigating US academics who have participated in China’s Thousand Talents Program and increased vigilance toward Chinese immigrants and students studying in the US.

The US Department of Homeland Security has established a China Working Group tasked with defending against Chinese malicious activity within its borders.

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Decisive action on corruption needed

Politicians behave as if they believe the electorate is gullible or suffers from poor long-term memory. When they are at their most disingenuous, such as during election campaigns, it is important to call them out.

So it is with the Chinese Nationalist Party’s (KMT) attempts to paint the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) as the single corrupt party in the nation.

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Azar praises Taiwan’s health efforts


US Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar, left, and Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Wu hold a news conference at the Grand Mayfull Hotel in Taipei’s Zhongshan District yesterday prior to a closed-door meeting.
Photo: Wang Yi-sung, Taipei Times

International organizations are not the place to play politics, especially when the matter relates to healthcare, US Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar said in Taipei yesterday, adding that the region and the world are safer because of Taiwan’s commitment to health promotion.

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The Chungshan Institute of Science and Technology has launched a 10-year “smart national defense” program that would use artificial intelligence (AI) systems and big data analytics to improve the military’s strategic capabilities.

“Smart national defense will focus on cyberwarfare and gathering intelligence over the Internet to allow us to accurately predict the enemy’s movements,” institute director Colonel Lin Gau-joe (林高洲) said.