China

China Will Be Mad: Did North Korea Offer To Help Taiwan Build Submarines?

Charlie Gao Security, Asia-Pacific It was recently reported in various Taiwanese media outlets that North Korea and Taiwan discussed the transfer of North Korean submarine technology to Taiwan. Submarines are a critical asset for Taiwan’s Navy,...
Related topics: North Korea, Taiwan

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Race To Weaponise Ai

Trade talks, between the US and China are stealing the headlines, as is the much-publicised Huawei 5G story which some western governments consider to be a security concern. But beyond all of this, is the less talked about but even more important...
Related topics: Huawei

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Why Brussels Fears Chinese Economic Expansion In The Balkans

China's 614 million-euro loan to Bosnia for a new coal-fired power plant last month has led to an intervention by EU supervisory authorities, saying the loan constituted state aid and violates EU subsidy rules for candidate countries.
Related topics: Belgium, Brussels

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Could The U.s. Navy's War Plan Orange (for Fighting Japan) Be Used Against China?

James Holmes Security, Asia Dust it off and put it to use? One of the world's great naval minds has some ideas. Everyone says it: Newport, as in where the U.S. Naval War College is located and where yours truly works, underwent a golden age of...
Related topics: Japan

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Brzezinski's Warning To America

Authored by Mike Whitney via The Unz Review, The liberal world order, which lasted from the end of World War 2 until today, is rapidly collapsing. The center of gravity is shifting from west to east where China and India are experiencing explosive...
Related topics: India

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After Controversial Video, China Bans Saying Leica On Social Media

A video that referenced Tiananmen Square got the name of the camera company Leica banned from the social media platform Weibo. Leica says the video wasn't an officially sanctioned promotion. The post After controversial video, China bans saying...
Related topics: World Videos, Social Media

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Couple Faces Possible Death Penalty Over 'floating House' Off Thailand's Coast

An American man and his girlfriend are at risk of facing the death penalty after the two moved into a sea shack not too far off the coast of Thailand, according to the South China Morning Post. Read more...
Related topics: Thailand

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2:00pm Water Cooler 4/18/2019

Today's Water Cooler: China and WTO, Biden to run, Buttigieg (Zuckerberg; donors), Harris, Moulton (!), Sanders, Warren, Yang, RussiaGate, super-delegates, jobless claims, leading indicators, retail sales, Sears, Lyft, CA carbon tax debacle,...
Related topics: Joe Biden, Taxes

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Us, Japan To Expand Alliance Given Threats Posed By China, N Korea – Shanahan

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – The United States and Japan will continue to expand their alliance based on a shared understanding of security threats to both nations in the region from China and North Korea, Acting US Defence Secretary Patrick Shanahan...
Related topics: Japan, North Korea

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China's "jpmorgan" Hit By Sudden Debt Crisis As Cross-default Chain Reaction Triggered

Ever since Beijing allowed private Chinese companies (even certain state-owned enterprises) to officially fail for the first time in 2016, and file for bankruptcy to restructure their unsustainable debt loads, it's been a one-way street of corporate...
Related topics: J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., Beijing, Bankruptcy

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China Unveils The First Autonomous Amphibious Military Landing Vehicle

Earlier this month, a Chinese shipbuilder unveiled an amphibious autonomous landing vehicle that could someday be part of the country’s military. Nicknamed the “Marine Lizard,” it can be used for assaulting beaches from the ocean in concert...
Related topics: Military

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We Know Why China Wants Aircraft Carriers

Bryan McGrath, Mackenzie Eaglen Security, Simple.  Whether in a direct or support role, carriers have taken part in almost every major military operation the United States has undertaken since the Second World War. They also serve as first-rate...
Related topics: Military

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Irobot Earnings: Can It Overcome The Trade War?

One company that vividly illustrates the trade war between the U.S. and China is iRobot (NASDAQ: IRBT). After the stock reached an all-time high in August, bears mauled it in October when the company said it would take a $5 million hit to the bottom...
Related topics: Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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Is Trump For Detente Or Militarism? – A Talk With Stephen Cohen

Professor Stephen Cohen dicusses Trump's policies on Russia and China on Real News Network.
Related topics: Russia

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Chl Vs. Bb: Which Stock Is The Better Value Option?

Want the latest recommendations from Zacks Investment Research? Today, you can download 7 Best Stocks for the Next 30 Days. Click to get this free report China Mobile (Hong Kong) Ltd. (CHL): Free Stock Analysis Report BlackBerry Limited...
Related topics: Hong Kong, BlackBerry

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China’s Grove Startup Could Grow Up To Be The Byd Of Fuel-cell Cars

China’s next big thing in electric vehicles could be fuel-cell cars—and the Shanghai Auto Show offered clues to one Chinese firm that might become a symbol of the industry. Grove Hydrogen Automotive, a fuel-cell vehicle startup that began as...
Related topics: Startup, Shanghai

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How Vietnam Quietly Built Up 10 Islands In Asia’s Most Disputed Sea

Both China and Vietnam are building up tiny islets across Asia’s most disputed sea, but while China receives international criticism Vietnam receives very little, and even gets some support because its pace of construction is slower and widely...
Related topics: Vietnam

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Coming Soon To China: The Car Of The Future

Global automakers are positioning for a brave new world of on-demand transport that will require a car of the future—hyper-connected, autonomous, and shared—and China may become the concept's laboratory.

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China’s Belt And Road Forum To Gather 37 World Leaders

The second edition of China’s Belt and Road forum, which will be held in Beijing the next week, will gather 37 heads of state and government, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Friday.
Related topics: Beijing

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Analyst Explains Why European-us Trade War Matters To China

A tit-for-tat dispute between Europe and the US over alleged unfair subsidies to their respective planemakers - Airbus and Boeing - has been simmering for a decade and a half.
Related topics: Boeing

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