5 North Korean UAVs flew into South Korea

5 North Korean UAVs flew into South Korea

On the morning of December 26th, several North Korean UAVs crossed the demarcation line dividing the Korean peninsula and entered the airspace of South Korea. According to the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Armed Forces of South Korea, several...
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USAF begins withdrawal of F-15 fighters from Japan

USAF begins withdrawal of F-15 fighters from Japan

The details were given in a 1st December U.S. Air Force media release, to announce the 18th Wing bid farewell to several F-15 Eagles from Kadena Air Base, Japan. This marks the first departure of Eagles as a part of...
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Beijing Urges Countries Around South China Sea To ‘Jointly Resist’ The US

Beijing Urges Countries Around South China Sea To ‘Jointly Resist’ The US

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has called on other claimants to the South China Sea to “jointly resist” US pressure in the region, The South China Morning Post reported on Thursday. Nevertheless, there is cardinal problem: China, Taiwan, the Philippin...
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China Jails Billionaire Xiao Jianhua For 13 Years, Slaps $8.1 Billion Fine

China Jails Billionaire Xiao Jianhua For 13 Years, Slaps $8.1 Billion Fine

In the most glaring lesson yet to the country’s upstart nouveau-riche oligarchs, a Chinese court has sentenced Xiao Jianhua, the billionaire founder of Tomorrow Group known for managing assets for descendants of prominent Chinese leaders, to 13 years i...
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North Korea fired two cruise missiles towards the sea

North Korea fired two cruise missiles towards the sea

South Korea says it is investigating launches after it detected two missiles fired from the North’s west coast into the sea. North Korea has fired two cruise missiles into the sea, according to South Korean officials, in Pyongyang’s first weapons...
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China Navy: Third Modern Aircraft Carrier to Be Launched Soon

China Navy: Third Modern Aircraft Carrier to Be Launched Soon

China will soon have another aircraft carrier. Chinese shipbuilders are currently manufacturing the aircraft carrier at the Hudong-Zhonghua Shipyard in Shanghai. It is also noteworthy that this event is steeped in symbolism because the CPC was founded in 1921 ...
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China Has ‘Financial Nuclear Bombs’

China Has ‘Financial Nuclear Bombs’

China Has ‘Financial Nuclear Bombs’ If West Levies Russia-Style Sanctions, Beijing Warns Multiple analysts at Chinese state-linked think tanks and banks have weighed in on the Biden administration’s recent threats to punish the world’s ...
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China Injects $1 Trillion In Biggest Monthly Credit Surge On Record

China Injects $1 Trillion In Biggest Monthly Credit Surge On Record

While Wall Street is being torn apart by fierce debate whether the upcoming “six or seven” in rate hikes coupled with $2.5 trillion in QT over the next two years will blow up US capital markets, overnight China showed how...
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US Refuses To Discuss With Marshall Islands About Nuke Damage

US Refuses To Discuss With Marshall Islands About Nuke Damage

US lawmakers are not worried that the people of the Marshall Islands haven’t been properly compensated. Instead, they fear China could move in. The US is refusing to engage with the Marshall Islands on compensation for environmental and health damage...
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China Regulators Halt New Tencent Apps

China Regulators Halt New Tencent Apps

Tencent Holdings Ltd. shares in Hong Kong slid on Wednesday after Chinese regulators ordered the internet services giant based in Shenzhen to halt updating and publishing new apps. The regulator wanted to review existing apps to make sure they complied with.....
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USA vs. China

USA vs. China

In recent years, America’s unsuccessful attempts at containing China as a rival hegemon has only served to promote Chinese antipathy against American capitalism. China is now retreating into the comfort of her long-established moral values, best described a...
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America’s $800 Million Kabul Embassy To Be Abandoned

America’s $800 Million Kabul Embassy To Be Abandoned

America’s $800 Million Kabul Embassy To Be Abandoned – No Troops Will Guard It The initial Biden plan for the complete US troop draw down from Afghanistan was to authorize a security force of some 600 Marines to guard the massive...
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Lloyd Austin’s Visit To Vietnam Aimed At Forming Anti-China Coalition

Lloyd Austin’s Visit To Vietnam Aimed At Forming Anti-China Coalition

Retired four-star general U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin became the first high-ranking official of the Biden administration to visit Vietnam. The new U.S. defense chief’s first trip to Southeast Asia was by no accident as Washington is hoping it can...
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US spying all over world unacceptable, intolerable

US spying all over world unacceptable, intolerable

US spying all over world unacceptable, intolerable, China foreign ministry says. China says it is definitely “unacceptable and intolerable” that the US is spying on the leaders of its European allies and others around the world, stressing that Washington...
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Iran & China ink 25-year strategic partnership accord

Iran & China ink 25-year strategic partnership accord

A cooperation deal between Iran and China covering a quarter of a century has been signed in Tehran, furthering Iran’s role in the Chinese global infrastructure initiative. Both nations are being targeted by US sanctions. The landmark document was signed...
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