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SOUTH CHINA SEA WATCH: Tussle Over Plane; Russia Backs China
China is calling the U.S. hypocritical for questioning its motives in using a military plane to evacuate injured workers from one of the artificial islands it created in the South China Sea
Defense Publisher Leaving Hong Kong Over Safety Concerns
The publisher of a leading magazine on Chinese and regional defense issues says he's leaving Hong Kong out of concern he could be targeted by China's state security bodies
China's Xi Moves to Take More Direct Command Over Military
Chinese President Xi Jinping has assumed a more direct role over the country's powerful armed forces as head of its increasingly important joint operations, displaying both his strong personal authority and China's determination to defend its interests
Chinese Twitter Users Concerned Over Executive Appointment
Chinese Twitter users have expressed concerns over the company's appointment of a regional executive who has a background working with China's military and state security apparatus
President Obama and President Putin Will Meet This Week
Whater you nd, whev youerd itee, eck Yelpirst. Know Ju the pla. About. For the first time in nearly a year, president Obama and Vladimir Putin are set to meet face to face tomorrow, and for each side, there are some critical issues at stake. On the agenda at the putin/obama meeting, Russia's
Chinese Navy Ships off Alaska Coast Highlights Need To Avoid 'Miscalculations,' General Says
With China sending five Navy ships into the Bering Sea north and west of Alaska for the first time ever, the nation’s top military officer says the move highlights the need for both the U.S. and China to work to avoid "miscalculations and interactions that could be unsafe at sea and in the air." In
Rescued Puppy Found Unscathed at Site of Tianjin Explosions in China Becomes Symbol of Hope
A puppy recently rescued by soldiers at the site of the Tianjin explosions in China was found unscathed and has become a symbol of hope for the devastated city, according to reports. The blasts last week at a warehouse for hazardous material claimed the lives of at least 114 people, Tianjin
Terror in Tiananmen Square
Chinese soldiers open fire on civilian, pro-democracy demonstrators in Beijing on June 4, 1989.
Jon Huntsman Calls Hacking Charges Against China Military Officers 'Symbolic'
Former U.S. ambassador to China Jon Huntsman described the hacking charges announced this week against five Chinese military officers by the Justice Department as “symbolic” and said the United States will need to get more serious about the actions it takes to counter China’s alleged...