Back to the 1950s?
Nuclear weapons exercises in both Russia and the United States go mysteriously unreported in leading American newspapers.
China’s new long endurance solar-powered UAV will form an important component of its developing maritime intelligence system.
Chinese military commentators have shared their thoughts on recent U.S. Naval accidents and what they think it means for the larger geopolitical struggle in the Asia-Pacific.
Washington cannot neglect deterrence, of course, but the balance of effort must rest with creative diplomacy at this late date.
China’s latest large aircraft AG600 might be an ugly duckling, but the amphibious plane could turn out to be a shrewd investment.
China is best positioned to manage a peaceful resolution of the North Korea nuclear crisis.
Americans must get up close and personal with China’s perspective on the issue.
Playing geopolitics in South and Central Asia can have disastrous consequences for U.S. national security.
In the years to come, Chinese and U.S. drones will likely be in a high stakes cat and mouse game in the Pacific.
Washington now may confront the last possible window of opportunity to arrest the further escalation of the Korean crisis.
There are hints that China might pursue foreign basing for its submarine force.
China likely recognizes that once wars are started with America, even when militarily successful, they may be extremely difficult to end.
At this point, Pyongyang might trust Moscow more than it trusts Beijing.
The debate in Beijing continues to heat up.
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