Tag Archives: Chinas

India slams China’s new land border law

Despite expressing concern about the new land border law passed by China, India expressed hope that Beijing would not take any action that could “unilaterally” change the situation in the border areas of the two countries. China’s National People’s Congress passed the law on Saturday amid a protracted military stalemate …

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US General Very Concerned Over China’s Hypersonic Weapon Test

The top American military officer confirmed reports that China was testing a hypersonic weapon system. He called the test a “deeply concerning” development reminiscent of the moment Russia launched the world’s first artificial satellite in the 1950s. “What we are witnessing is a very significant event of a hypersonic weapon …

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US and Allies Condemn China’s Trade Policy at WTO Forum

The United States (US) and a number of its close allies have used the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) periodic review of China’s trade policies to channel their anger over Beijing’s refusal to comply with regulations intended to establish an equal arena of competition for all participants in the exchange of …

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Shenzhou-13 Mission Joins China’s Space Station

China’s Shenzhou-13 spacecraft, which was carrying three astronauts, docked at its space station on Saturday (16/10), marking the start of a record-breaking six-month stay as the country moves to complete its outpost in orbit. The spacecraft was launched by a Long March-2F rocket, Saturday (16/10) morning, and docked with the …

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Will China’s Air Force Surpass US Superiority in the Air?

FLY — In recent decades, the military power of the United States (US) has benefited from the capabilities of its air force which is more formidable than its enemies. Millions of dollars’ worth of investments by the US Department of Defense or the Pentagon in increasing the capacity of the …

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Cambodia Not Transparent About China’s Role in Naval Base Development

The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) released a survey of new buildings and roads at Ream Naval Base in Cambodia. The results show that construction is continuing “amidst concerns that new facilities are being built to facilitate a Chinese military presence in Cambodia.” The Washington-based CSIS report on …

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China’s human rights record is not the authority of the organization

International Olympic Committee (IOC) Vice President John Coates said questioning China’s human rights as Beijing prepares to host the 2022 Winter Olympics is not within his organization’s jurisdiction. There has been widespread criticism of Beijing’s treatment of Uyghur Muslims in China’s northwestern region of Xinjiang, which rights groups say constitutes …

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