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PLA eavesdropping on Philippine maritime activity: report

China’s navy and maritime security agency are using advanced communication equipment to monitor and eavesdrop on the maritime activities of the Philippine Navy in the region of Palawan, according to a report in the Philippine Star of Manila on Apr. 89 more words

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China waging a quiet three-front war against US: expert

China is waging three-front political warfare against the United States as part of a “Three Warfares” strategy to drive the US out of the Asia-Pacific region, according to US defense analyst Bill Gertz in an article for the Washington Times on Mar. 95 more words

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Et stærkere og stærkere kinesisk militær

Bertel Heurlin, 10.04.14.

 

I 1978-79 blev jeg af PLA inviteret til et længere ophold for at se nærmere på de kinesiske væbnede styrker. Jeg besøgte kaserner, hovedkvarterer, militære fabrikker og overværede militære øvelser. 800 more words

China’s Mystic New Carrier-based Heavy Stealth Fighter Jet Better than F-35C

China’s J-15 carrier-based fighter jets, though a rival to any existing carrier-based counterparts, is no rival to US F-35 stealth carrier-based fighter jets. There is the disparity of one generation. 455 more words

China Official TV Media Shows Footage of Test Launch of Strategic Missile

CCTV provides in its primetime news the footage on the test launch of a certain type of strategic missile under real war conditions in extremely harsh environment. 283 more words

Will New Supercommittees Resolve the PLA's Complicated Legal Problems?

On 8 April 2014, the Communist Party’s Central Political Legal Committee and the General Political Department of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) (the PLA’s highest Communist Party organization) jointly issued a document on improving the protection of the rights of the military, military personnel, and military dependents (关于加强维护国防利益和军人军属合法权益工作的意见)  (PLA Legal Protection Opinion). 967 more words

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2,000 PLA troops could invade Diaoyutai in 5 hours: WSJ

China has the ability to deploy 2,000 troops to the disputed Diaoyutai islands (Diaoyu to China, Senkaku to Japan) in just five hours using its four Zubr-class air-cushioned landing craft purchased from Russia, according to an Apr. 86 more words

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