76mm naval gun mounted on wheeled armored vehicle.

Map. History of China conflict

16 November 2018
Pakistan to send its first astronaut into space in 2022 - with Chinese help: Information Minister
76mm naval gun mounted on wheeled armored vehicle.
Chinese foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying on the @NYTimes report that China is listening into Trump's iPhone: "If they are worrying about iPhones being tapped, they can use Huawei."
The BBC reveals 44 Chinese detention camps, holding more than 1 million Muslim Uyghurs.
Plunging Chinese stocks are hurting the brokerages charged with helping rescue the market
China sent a new marine satellite into orbit Thursday to help improve monitoring of maritime waters. A Long March-4B rocket carrying the HY-2B satellite took off at 6:57 a.m. from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in north China's Shanxi Province.3 week ago
China sent a new marine satellite into orbit Thursday to help improve monitoring of maritime waters. A Long March-4B rocket carrying the HY-2B satellite took off at 6:57 a.m. from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in north China's Shanxi Province.
Long March 4B with HaiYang-2B launch
Launch success for Long March 4B carrying HaiYang-2B.
American spy agencies, the officials said, had learned that China and Russia were eavesdropping on the president's cellphone calls from human sources inside foreign governments and intercepting communications between foreign officials.
Recent footage filmed by The Global Times (showing a political Re-education Camp in Xinjiang is located at 39.454351, 76.107988. The basketball 'courts' are merely mats and there for propaganda purposes (usually they are at a nearby school: 39.44, 76.09)3 week ago
Recent footage filmed by The Global Times (showing a political Re-education Camp in Xinjiang is located at 39.454351, 76.107988. The basketball 'courts' are merely mats and there for propaganda purposes (usually they are at a nearby school: 39.44, 76.09)
Inside China's internment camps: tear gas, Tasers and textbooks3 week ago
Inside China's internment camps: tear gas, Tasers and textbooks
A BBC investigation has revealed shocking new evidence about China's detention of Uighur Muslims in its western Xinjiang region.  @TheJohnSudworth reports.3 week ago
A BBC investigation has revealed shocking new evidence about China's detention of Uighur Muslims in its western Xinjiang region. @TheJohnSudworth reports.
President Trump calls Middle East a "nasty part of the world," says Saudi Arabia is a "very good ally of ours." "I will tell you: Russia and China would love to have that military order."
3 week ago
It's estimated one third to one half of China ballistic missiles would violate INF if they were a party to the treaty, adds @AmbJohnBolton.
"If you also believe that your political system will not succeed without a high degree of ubiquitous surveillance than you have a high degree of interest in AI" per former IARPA director Jason Matheny re Russia China
Some ArtificialIntelligence capabilities over-hyped, but no surprise Russia China excited, former @IARPAnews Dir Jason Matheny tells CFRLive "Authoritarian governments have a very strong interestAI can have multiplier effect on the resilience of authoritarian governments"
A J-10 fighter crashed in southern China in the afternoon of Oct. 18, killing the pilot. The crash occurred in the city of Zhanjiang, Guangdong Province, which is host to the first ASEAN-China Maritime Training Exercise that started on Oct. 22 and is scheduled to last until Oct. 28.
3 week ago
In interview with Russian paper, @kommersant , John Bolton suggests he believes there's "zero probability" the INF treaty can be saved. Says it would need not just Russia , but also China (which isn't part of the treaty) to give up about half its missiles
3 week ago
China's Xi opens world's longest sea bridge linking Hong Kong, Macau
China jails prosecutors who tortured HK businessman to death
An international public security conference aimed at sharing experiences related to sports events and improving cooperation between police officers at home and abroad will open in Beijing.
3 week ago
CGTN:Magnitude-6.0 quake strikes maritime area east of Taiwan, according to China Earthquake Network Center. No injuries have been reported, and tsunami alerts have not triggered so far
3 week ago
Defense officials tell CNN that multiple Chinese warships shadowed the two US vessels, the USS Curtis Wilbur and USS Antietam, during the transit, following at a distance that was considered to be safe
Taiwan's Ministry of National Defense (MND) just posted a notice that two US Navy ships have entered the Taiwan Strait from near the southern tip of Taiwan and are heading north.
The US sailed 2 warships through the Taiwan Strait today, a show of force that is bound to irritate Beijing and comes amid heightened US-China tensions on a range of issues. The frequency of transits has increased this year, with the US also sailing 2 ships through the Strait in July
The Philippines has begun repairs to its runway on Thitu, or Pag-asa, Island, its largest outpost in the Spratlys. Satellite imagery from AMTI reveals this and other upgrades at its South China Sea facilities3 week ago
The Philippines has begun repairs to its runway on Thitu, or Pag-asa, Island, its largest outpost in the Spratlys. Satellite imagery from AMTI reveals this and other upgrades at its South China Sea facilities
3 week ago
Taiwan's defence ministry says two U.S. warships passed through the Taiwan strait on Monday
The 131st Brigade of the Chinese Air Force conducts shooting exercises during its rotating deployment on the Tibetan Plateau.3 week ago
The 131st Brigade of the Chinese Air Force conducts shooting exercises during its rotating deployment on the Tibetan Plateau.
3 week ago
An ethnic Kazakh man from China says his 80-year-old father died in a so-called "reeducation camp" in the region of Xinjiang. The province has been turned into "something that resembles a massive internment camp," the UN says.
China SSF Zhanjiang PLAN begins JointNavalEx2018 with 10 ASEAN countries' Navy from 10/21/2018
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