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Forget China's J-20 Or J-31 Stealth Fighters: What If Beijing Could Make Older Fighters Stealth?

Zachary Keck Security, We take a look.  Could this really happen?  This week, the Hong Kong–based South China Morning Post reported that China is working on experimental technologies to make even its older aircraft appear stealthy to most...
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Beijing Once Again Urges Us To Abandon Cold War Mentality

BEIJING (Sputnik) - The Chinese Foreign Ministry has protested the publication of the new US National Intelligence Strategy, in which China and Russia are named among the United States' "adversaries."
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Mistakes By Malaysia Airlines Over Mh370 Disappearance Exposed - Reports

The March 2014 disappearance of the Malaysian Boeing 777, which was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board, has fuelled numerous conspiracy theories. While some suspect that it was shot down or intercepted by a third-state...
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White House Denies Reports Of Canceled Trade Meeting

The White House on Tuesday said high-level trade talks with Beijing were proceeding uninterrupted, quickly rebutting media reports that progress toward resolving their trade war had faltered. Chinese Vice Premier Liu He is to meet his U.S....
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You Heard The Latest Chinese Crisprs? They Are Real: Renegade Bio-boffin Did Genetically Modify...

Egghead faces criminal rap after Beijing tells of banned experiment Babies were genetically engineered in test tubes using the CRISPR DNA-editing tool as part of an illegal experiment led by disgraced scientist He Jiankui, the Chinese government...
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China Can’t Get Its Economic Story Straight - Aei - American Enterprise Institute: Freedom,...

China announced 2018 economic results Sunday night. They featured 6.4 percent annualized real GDP growth in the fourth quarter. Real growth was announced at 6.8 percent in the first quarter and Beijing acknowledging this drop within one year will be...
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Taiwan’s Referendum Results May Have Been Swayed By An Ill-informed Public

Even after Beijing claimed that the 1992 consensus entails the unification with Taiwan based on “one country two systems”, KMT's newly elected Kaohsiung mayor Han Guo-yu stressed the need to uphold the consensus. Screen capture...
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A Move By China Puts U.s. Small-town Recycling Programs In The Dumps

Some communities are forced to cut back since Beijing curtailed accepting solid waste.
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S&p Futures Slide As Trade Pessimism Returns

It has been an overnight session of two different narratives, with Asian markets rising on Chinese economic data where despite the biggest annual drop in GDP since 1990 (which boosted hopes for more stimulus), Beijing goalseeked a slightly better...
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By Beijing's Stratospheric Standards Chinese Economic Growth Just Fell In A Hole

Chinese economic growth continued to slow in the final quarter of 2018, expanding at the slowest pace since the height of the Great Recession.
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As Us-china Relations Cool, Iowa Farmers Hope History With Chinese Preserves Trade

The trade war between Washington and Beijing is hurting farmers who grow huge amounts of soybeans in Iowa for export to the massive Chinese market. Farmers in Iowa hope that the strong commercial and close personal relationships that China and the...
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Us Missile Defence Strategy May Trigger Arms Race, Undermine Stability - Beijing

Earlier, President Donald Trump unveiled Washington's new missile defence strategy, boasting that it would allow the US to destroy enemy ballistic, cruise and hypersonic missiles launched from anywhere in the world, "whether before or after launch."
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Oxford Says No To Additional Huawei Funding

Oxford University has decided to forgo further funding from Chinese tech giant Huawei as scrutiny grows in Europe over the telecom company's relationship with the Beijing government.
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Report: North Korea’s Top Envoy Arrives In Beijing

North Korea’s top envoy involved in talks with the United States arrived in Beijing Thursday and is thought to be en route to Washington, South Korean news agency Yonhap said. U.S. and South Korean media previously quoted unidentified sources as...
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The Chinese Navy's First Three Aircraft Carriers Will Stay Close To Home (for Now)

David Axe Security, Asia That's one conclusion of the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency's January 2019 report on Beijing's military capabilities. The Chinese navy's first three aircraft carriers will stick close to Chinese shores as they pursue a...
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China Not Worried About Other States' Criticism Of Death Penalty For Canadian

BEIJING (Sputnik) – Beijing pays little attention to foreign countries’ criticism of a Chinese court's decision to issue the death penalty for Canadian national Robert Lloyd Schellenberg, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said on...
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'chill Pill' To The World: Beijing Calls On Washington To End Trade Dispute

BEIJING (Sputnik) – Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said that some representatives of the US administration had voiced concerns that China sought to become a usurper state and replace the United States. Wang dismissed these claims saying that...
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Huawei Founder Denies Spying Allegations, Says No Backdoor Request Ever Made

Huawei has made the first page of newspapers several times in the last months, not necessarily thanks to its new devices, but following spying allegations coming from various countries. The Chinese firm has been accused of spying for Beijing, and...
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Ottawa Asks Beijing For Clemency For Canadian Citizen Sentenced To Death Penalty

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Robert Lloyd Schellenberg was handed death penalty on Monday after appealing the 15-year jail term he was given in 2016. Canada accused China of arbitrarily applying the capital punishment.
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How China Avoids War In The South China Sea

Nicolai Fogth Gjøde Nielsen Security, Asia Beijing uses force, but not enough to cause an armed conflict. Seven East Asian nation-states are currently laying territorial claim on often overlapping areas in the South China Sea. The claims are over...
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