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Donald Trump’s Afghanistan Withdrawal Is A Major Windfall For China

Michael Rubin Security, Middle East Washington’s long-term vision seldom extends beyond four years, but China plays the long game. Publicly, President Donald Trump justifies the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan as responsible leadership, and the...
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Surge In Chinese Industrial Profits Continues, But Is This Just More "fake Data"

Surge In Chinese Industrial Profits Continues, But Is This Just More "Fake Data" Tyler Durden Sun, 09/27/2020 - 14:15 Overnight, China's National Bureau of Statistics reported that profits at Chinese industrial enterprises...

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Does America Have A Bomber Problem When Deterring China?

Andrew F. Krepinevich Security, Asia Washington risks looking weak if it does not have enough advacned bombers to project power. Key point: Delaying bomber upgrades is a bad strategy. Moreover, America needs to seriously expand its bomber fleet...

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‘tenet’ Tops $283m Global With $242m From Overseas; China’s ‘leap’ Jumps On $25m Bow –...

Refresh for latest…: In its fifth weekend at the international box office, Warner Bros’ Tenet added another $15.8M from 56 markets, a 38% drop from last session. The offshore cume has risen to $242M for a worldwide total of $283.2M....

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Is Jd.com Stock A Buy?

Chinese e-commerce is booming, and it's hard to ignore JD.com (NASDAQ: JD) when sizing up the strongest players in the world's most populous nation. JD.com bills itself as China's largest online retailer and its biggest overall retailer and internet...
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China's Not So Free Speech

Hu Xijin, editor of the Global Times, Beijing's primary mouthpiece to the world, pretended on Friday that he wants greater government tolerance for free speech. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential
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An American-made Greek Tragedy: Coronavirus And The Thucydides Trap

Jeff Rogg Security, The United States must learn from Athens’ mistakes in order to avoid turning a Greek tragedy into an American reality. The ongoing contest with China is transforming America’s domestic and international policies, raising...

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To Take On China, The Marine Corps Is Rethinking Where It Puts Its Troops In Asia

US Marines, Philippine marines, and Japan Ground Self-Defense Force members after an amphibious exercise in the Philippines, October 12, 2019. US Marine Corps/Cpl. Harrison Rakhshani The Marine Corps will reexamine where it's postured in the...
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China Prepares To Fly Fighter Jets Over Taiwan

China seems set to overfly Taiwan with fighter jets. Such an operation would be designed to warn the United States against increasing its support for Taiwan. And second, to test whether President Tsai Ing-wen is willing to fire on Chinese...
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‘you’re Still My Baby’: Hong Kong Mother Pleas For Son Held In Mainland China After Desperate...

Hong Kong police say the 12 who tried to flee by boat to Taiwan will be tried by the mainland China legal system.
Related topics: Hong Kong, Police, Taiwan

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U.s. Restricts Trade With China’s Largest Chipmaker On Alleged Military Ties

U.S. companies in business with SMIC will need to secure export licenses, due to trade restrictions on China's largest chipmaker for alleged military ties.
Related topics: Military

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'two-headed Beast': China's Coal Addiction Erodes Climate Goals

China's surprise pledge to slash its carbon footprint to zero by 2060 was met with cautious applause, but fresh spending on coal to rev up a virus-hit economy threatens to nullify its audacious bid to lead the world into a low carbon future.

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Buying Tiktok Won't Stop China Government Surveillance

Audrey Fritz Technology, Asia The proposed TikTok partnership deal between US-based companies Oracle and Walmart and China-based ByteDance fails to address the concerns associated with user data being tied to a Chinese company The proposed...
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Why Arms Control With China Is A Must

John Rossomando Security, Asia Both America and the world need China to sign the START treaty. The United States and the world must exert all available political, military, economic, and diplomatic pressure to get China to sign the next iteration...
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Us Imposes Export Controls On China’s Biggest Chip Maker Smic, Escalating Tensions

The Financial Times reports that US has made good on their treats impose export controls on SMIC (Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp), China’s largest chipmaker, meaning US companies will need a license to export items to them....

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U.s. Restricts Tech Exports To China’s Biggest Semiconductor Manufacturer In Escalation Of Trade...

U.S. companies have been notified that they will now need a license to export certain technology to Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp., according to a copy of the Commerce Department letter reviewed by The Washington Post.

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Us Sets Restrictions On China's Biggest Chipmaker, Citing Military Fears - Cnet

The Commerce Department reportedly says that US companies exporting gear to Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation must first get a license to do so.
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How Did China Acquire Its First Aircraft Carrier?

Sebastien Roblin Security, The carrier was first designed by the Soviet Union. Key Point: The Liaoning is hardly equal to a U.S. supercarrier. China was proud to launch its first aircraft carrier, the Liaoning, in 2012. This vessel was a...

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Can China's Military Really Defeat Mines In A War Over Taiwan?

Kris Osborn Security, Can Beijing take on top-tier U.S. mines?  A Chinese newspaper is claiming that the People's Liberation Army Navy successfully completed complex countermine operations using sweeping “flotillas” to clear sea lanes from...
Related topics: Military, Taiwan, Beijing

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Mike Pompeo’s South America Trip Demonstrates Need For Sustained Commitment

James Jay Carafano, Ana Quintana Security, Americas It is time for Washington to make clear that partnership with the United States offers more opportunity and promise than working with China. This administration takes Western Hemisphere foreign...
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