China's military gets boost with huge new transport plane

China’s military gets boost with huge new transport plane

Capable of flying 8,000 kilometres when carrying 40 tons of freight, the Y-20 will give China the ability to project its military power far beyond its shores

Beijing threatens air defence zone over South China Sea

In a move that could sharply escalate tensions, Beijing says it could declare an Air Defence Identification Zone over the South China Sea

Beijing will not ‘step back’ in South China Sea: media

China will not take s “single step back” in the dispute over territorial waters in the South China Sea, says state-run media

China should prepare for ‘military confrontation’ in South China Sea, newspaper declares

Editorial says China should let the US it will “pay a cost it cannot stand if it intervenes in the South China Sea dispute by force”

China Is Able to Deploy Up to 10000 Troops in the Middle East

Word is that China is preparing to deploy 10,000 troops in the Middle East as soon as its military base in Djibouti is ready. Includes video

British Ruling Class Rammed Through Brexit to Set the Stage for New Imperial Adventures

While Webster Tarpley makes some good points here he also makes some glaring omissions. We highlight one and leave readers to decide if this is simply an oversight

World’s Fastest Supercomputer: China Surpasses US With Homegrown Chips

In 2001, China had no presence on the list of the top 500 supercomputers in the world. Today it tops the list with the world’s fastest supercomputer

F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets and E-2D Hawkeye plane are seen on the U.S. aircraft carrier John C. Stennis during joint military exercise called Malabar, with the United States, Japan and India participating, off Japan's southernmost island of Okinawa. REUTERS/Nobuhiro Kubo

China spy ship shadows U.S., Japanese, Indian naval drill in Western Pacific

The show of U.S. naval power comes as Japan and Washington worry China is extending its influence into the western Pacific

New Defense Shield Could Spark Conflict in South China Sea Very Soon

New Defense Shield Could Spark Conflict in South China Sea Very Soon

Rising tensions could soon erupt into open conflict says military expert

Chinese DF-41. Click to enlarge

New Chinese ICBM can destroy entire U.S. cities with less than 30 minutes’ warning

China preparing to add a new, more powerful generation of ICBMs to its nuclear arsenal

Artists conception of a PLA anti-ship ballistic missile attack-on-three-USN-CVNs-operating-in-ridiculously-close-proximity

China’s missile swarms vs. America’s lasers, drones and railguns: Who wins?

U.S. Navy ships may not survive if they come under attack by sufficiently large numbers of missiles of the kind now fielded by China. Robert Beckhusen explains

Threat from Russian and Chinese warplanes mounts

Air Force Gen. Herbert “Hawk” Carlisle, who leads Air Combat Command, says concern is growing over “a resurgent Russia and a very, very aggressive China,”

Chinese J-11. Click to enlarge

Chinese Intercept U.S. Military Spy Plane Over South China Sea

Chinese fighters intercepted a US military flight over the South China Sea in an “unsafe” manner Tuesday, according to US officials — drawing a sharp response from China

Somnolent Europe, Russia, and China

Paul Craig Roberts predicts that Russia and China will soon be confronted with an unwelcome choice: either accept U.S. hegemony or go to war

China to Get Russia's Lethal Su-35 Fighter This Year

China to Get Russia’s Lethal Su-35 Fighter This Year

According to one U.S. Air Force official, the Russian Su-35 will pose a serious challenge for the latest American jets like the F-22 and the F-35

The northwest side of Mischief Reef showing a 1,900 foot seawall and newly-constructed infrastructure including housing, an artificial turf parade grounds, cement plants, and docking facilities are shown in this Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative January 8, 2016 satellite image released to Reuters on January 15, 2016. REUTERS/CSIS Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative/Digital Globe/Handout via Reuters. Click to enlarge

China could build nuclear plants for South China Sea, paper says

Nuclear power ‘platforms’ could soon be used to power China’s growing network of harbour facilities, runways and lighthouses in the disputed South China Sea

Netanyahu and Xi Jinping, President of PRC. Click to enlarge

Are the “Tiao-Kiu-Kao”(TKK) Jews Running China?

Whether or not you accept that a network of crypto Jews is running China, some little known background on Jewish influence there that stretches back almost 2,000 years

US defense chief lands aboard aircraft carrier in the bitterly contested South China Sea

U.S. defence chief Carter’s second visit to the South China Sea in five months, sends a deliberate message to Beijing about U.S. power in the region

Chinese Type 052D destroyer

Can China’s ‘Dreadnought’ Tip the Naval Balance?

As Chinese and U.S. naval rivalry intensifies the Chinese have a potent new destroyer in the pipeline

With an identity caught between China and the West, Hong Kong is not at ease with itself – or its future

What will happen in 2047, when the 50 year agreement with Britain – runs out?