Map. History of China conflict

11 May 2021
North Korea bought fertilizer, fuel and pesticides from Beijing last month, according to new Chinese data. This possibly supports rumors that Pyongyang is about to resume trade with China soon after months of lockdowns
USAF RC135W Rivet Joint 62-4126 intelligence mission off the coast of Hainan Island China2 week ago
USAF RC135W Rivet Joint 62-4126 intelligence mission off the coast of Hainan Island China
2 week ago
US AFRICOM commander: China is expanding its naval base in Djibouti, where a new pier is big enough to tie up an aircraft carrier
2 week ago
China conducts aerial bombing drill after US-Japan statement on Taiwan. The PLA's Eastern Theatre Command, which oversees the Taiwan Strait, deployed dozens of H-6K strategic bombers in a nine-hour live-fire drill, according to state television
Reuters: Ivanti provided no detail about who might be responsible for the espionage campaign but, in a report timed to Ivanti's announcement, cybersecurity company FireEye said it suspected that at least one of the hacking groups operates on behalf of the Chinese government
Police in China's southern Guangdong province have detained several people, including two senior staff of a BP Plc joint venture, in connection with an investigation into suspected illicit fuel trading, three people said
China's Shijian (SJ)-17 satellite in GEO since 2016 is equipped with robotic arm that can be used to grapple other satellites, SPACECOM chief Gen Dickinson says in SASC written testimony today
Not just Russia, China vying for influence in Africa - "Iran is also increasingly active on the continent" per @USAfricaCommand's Gen Townsend
In MiddleEast, "I believe China & Russia will continue to expand their efforts to improve their position in the region & diminish US standing wherever possible" per @CENTCOM's Gen McKenzie
Head of U.S. Space Command tells Senate panel China has more than 400 satellites in orbit today and Russia 200, says Moscow "could double that by 2030"
China has more than 400 satellites in space & is building rapidly, including anti-satellite weapons, @US_SpaceCom Commander Gen James Dickinson tells SASC lawmakers Russia has 200 satellites in orbit & could double that by 2030, he adds
China "at some kind of an inflection point. well ahead of the pace to double their [nuclear] stockpile by the end of the decade" per @US_Stratcom's Adm Charles "In the very near term China will possess a credible nuclear triad"
"Strategic deterrence . if that fails, nothing else in the department of Defense works as planned" @US_Stratcom Commander Adm Charles Richard tells Senate Armed Services Committee, warning of danger from nuclear Russia & China
Taiwan Ministry of National Defense:9 PLA aircraft (J-16*5, Y-8 EW, Y-8 RECCE and Y-8 ASW*2 ) entered Taiwan's southwest ADIZ on Apr. 20, 20213 week ago
Taiwan Ministry of National Defense:9 PLA aircraft (J-16*5, Y-8 EW, Y-8 RECCE and Y-8 ASW*2 ) entered Taiwan's southwest ADIZ on Apr. 20, 2021
3 week ago
China's envoy to the Vienna talks: The vision is clearer for all parties regarding the final version of the nuclear agreement
International press freedom watchdog Reporters without Borders (RSF) has warned the Beijing-imposed national security law posed a "grave threat" to the city's journalists as it released its 2021 world press freedom index on Tuesday
3 week ago
Kyodo, Bloomberg report Japan suspects Chinese military of being behind attacks on nearly 200 firms and research institutes, including Japan's space agency. Tokyo police reportedly plan to refer Chinese suspect to prosecutors
China: Another video that documents the explosion on board the ship China Rich and Strong on April 19, 2021 in Weihai, Shandong province3 week ago
China: Another video that documents the explosion on board the ship "China Rich and Strong" on April 19, 2021 in Weihai, Shandong province
China: An explosion was reported aboard the vessel China Rich and Strong on April 19, 2021 in Weihai, Shandong Province3 week ago
China: An explosion was reported aboard the vessel "China Rich and Strong" on April 19, 2021 in Weihai, Shandong Province
3 week ago
At least 49 passengers on a flight from New Delhi to Hong Kong on April 4 have since tested positive for Covid. Hong Kong has now introduced an emergency ban on all flights from India in a crackdown over a new wave of cases
Biden admin makes clear they want to work with China & in competition with China on climate change: "It is hard to imagine the US winning the long-term strategic challenge with China if we cannot lead the renewable energy revolution," says @SecBlinken. "Right now we are falling behind"
Taiwan Ministry of National Defense:One PLA Y-8 RECCE entered Taiwan's southwest ADIZ in the afternoon of Apr. 19, 20213 week ago
Taiwan Ministry of National Defense:One PLA Y-8 RECCE entered Taiwan's southwest ADIZ in the afternoon of Apr. 19, 2021
On Monday, Taiwan said it is seeking to acquire long-range, air-launched cruise missiles from the United States, as it tries to bolster its forces in the face of increasing pressure from Beijing
3 week ago
In correlation with a Bomber Task Force deployment, four USAF B-52H Stratofortress bombers recently returned to Andersen Air Base, Guam, to conduct operations in the Indo-Pacific region
"Beijing and Hong Kong authorities are targeting Hong Kongers for doing nothing more than exercising protected rights and fundamental freedoms, including freedom of peaceful assembly and freedom of speech," says @SecBlinken in a statement
We agreed to demand DPRK fulfill its obligations under UNSC resolutions," says @sugawitter
"We agreed on the necessity for each of us to engage in frank dialogue with China," says @sugawitter
3 week ago
China has taken increasingly coercive action to undercut democracy in Taiwan and its actions in the Strait is potentially destabilizing, says @PressSec
Taiwan Ministry of National Defense:One PLA Y-8 RECCE entered Taiwan's southwest ADIZ in the morning of Apr. 16, 20213 week ago
Taiwan Ministry of National Defense:One PLA Y-8 RECCE entered Taiwan's southwest ADIZ in the morning of Apr. 16, 2021
China's new appointee for Korean Peninsula affairs signals a shift towards Beijing raising its voice on North Korean issues, experts say. Liu Xiaoming is a diplomat with extensive experience and is described as a hardliner on foreign policy
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