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Former U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld insisted on Tuesday that further United States arms sales to Taiwan were needed as China continued with its ambitious military modernisation plans. Rumsfeld, who considers himself “a longtime friend of Taiwan”, urged the island to keep seeking weapons from the US, and said it should not be upset by Washington refusing to sell it advanced fighters.

Rumsfeld urges Taiwan to make known defence needs

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