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China Plans To Build The First 'clean' Commercial Nuclear Reactor

Are you intrigued by the possibility of using nuclear reactors to curb emissions, but worried about their water use and long-term safety? There might be an impending solution. LiveSciencereports that China has outlined plans to build the first...

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America Has Lost The Trade War With China, And The Real Pain Has Yet To Begin

America Has Lost The Trade War With China, And The Real Pain Has Yet To Begin Authored by Charles Hugh Smith via OfTwoMinds blog, Corporate America sacrificed national interests in service of greed, and so did the U.S....

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Can The U.s. Military Stop China From Invading Taiwan? Time For A Wargame.

Stephen Silver US-China War, The U.S. Air Force held a war game in the fall of 2020, looking at what would happen in the event of a Chinese invasion of Taiwan, ten years in the future. The U.S. Air Force held a war game in the fall of 2020,...
Related topics: Military, Taiwan

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Fbi: China Is Behind Past Oil & Gas Pipeline Cyberattacks

FBI: China Is Behind Past Oil & Gas Pipeline Cyberattacks Authored by Tsvetana Paraskova via OilPrice.com, State-sponsored Chinese actors targeted U.S. oil and gas pipeline companies in a spearphishing and intrusion campaign between...
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How China Fought For Shanghai Against The Japanese To The Last Man

Warfare History Network World War II, China The Chinese flatly refused to withdraw the men. Madame Chiang Kai-shek, American-educated and a power within the Chinese government, said coolly, “They must die that China can live.” Here's What You...
Related topics: Shanghai

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The Navy Surfaced Three Missile Submarines Simultaneously As A Warning To China

Eli Fuhrman Submarine, The three Ohio-class submarines surfaced in the Indo-Pacific on June 28 2010, however, were not a part of the Navy’s undersea deterrent fleet. Back in 2010, the concept of great power competition – and particularly as...

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China's Airborne Fighting Vehicles Are No Joke

Charlie Gao Infantry Fighting Vehicles, Eurasia China arrived late into the airborne fighting vehicle scene, but is catching up quickly.  Here's What You Need to Know: The armored spine of these forces is the ZBD-03 airborne infantry fighting...

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Death Toll From Flooding In Central China Reaches 63, Local Government Says

BEIJING (Sputnik) - The death toll from the heavy rains and flooding that hit China's central province of Henan has risen to 63, while five people remain missing, the local government said on 25 July.
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East China Braces For Typhoon In-fa After Flooding In Country's Center

Chinese commercial hub Shanghai and neighboring coastal regions canceled all flights, slowed or suspended subway trains and shuttered businesses as Typhoon In-fa made landfall Sunday. The typhoon landed in the Putuo district of the city of...
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Ship Overturns In Southern China Leaving 70 People In Water, Reports Suggest

BEIJING (Sputnik) - Seventy people found themselves in the water after a vessel capsized in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong on 25 July, the media reported.
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Yglesias On Military Spending

Matt Yglesias has a post discussing the new cold war with China. In the end, he’s skeptical of calls for more military spending to counter China, but along the way I think he concedes too much to the other side: But when defense spending went...
Related topics: Military

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British Analyst Envisions Overthrow Of China’s Xi Jinping

Chinese President Xi Jinping, pressured to resign by Li Keqiang and other Politburo members, is escorted to a coastal luxury villa while Li, along with other top civilian and military officials, forms a new government in Beijing. The scene from a...
Related topics: Military, Beijing

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Visualizing Asia's Slide Into A Dangerous New Ballistic Missile Race

Visualizing Asia's Slide Into A Dangerous New Ballistic Missile Race The last couple years of military build-up and standoff between China and the United States in the South China Sea has resulted in fears of a new dangerous arms race,...
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China Unveils World's Fastest Maglev Bullet Train

China Unveils World's Fastest Maglev Bullet Train China unveiled a travel innovation this week of a maglev bullet train capable of reaching speeds of 600 km/h per hour (373 mph), according to Reuters.  The new maglev train rolled off...
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Pakistan Has Put China’s Jf-17 Thunder To Work Against Its Enemies

Sebastien Roblin JF-17, Asia The Thunder, which first flew in 2003, is a no-nonsense evolution of the MiG-21. Here's What You Need to Know: While the Thunder is not particularly sexy compared to cutting-edge stealth fighters and even...
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Man In Central China Survives 3 Days In Flooded Garage

A man in central China was rescued after spending three days trapped in a flooded underground garage following torrential rains, while at least four bodies were found after a traffic tunnel was drained, a news report said Saturday. The death toll...

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Chinese Government Bewails Nbc Showing Map Of The Country Without Taiwan: ‘hurt’ The...

Geoffroy Van Der Hasselt/Getty Images The Chinese government lashed out on Friday at NBC News for showing a map during its broadcast of the Olympics that excluded Taiwan and the South China Sea — effectively ignoring the government’s claim...
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Chaos In The Caucasus: Could a ‘biden Doctrine’ Contain Russia And Turkey?

Ara Papian Politics, Eurasia The Biden administration’s rhetorical willingness to confront both Turkey and Russia has been reassuring but policy needs to extend beyond promises. Crafting a China strategy dominates the Biden administration’s...
Related topics: Caucasus, Joe Biden, Russia, Turkey

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G20 Fails To Agree On Climate Goals In Communique

Clearly China, Russia and India were never going to commit to give a date for phasing out coal power, as they know their economies depend on it. And while ever Germany carries on using coal, which they plan to until 2038, they will carry on saying...
Related topics: Russia, India, Germany

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Try This On For Size: China Decided To Invade North Korea

Kyle Mizokami North Korea, North Korea is both a blessing and a curse for China. Here's What You Need to Remember: Barring a total collapse of the Pyongyang regime, China is unlikely to invade North Korea any time soon. The economic, political,...
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