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China's military has released a rap video in order to lure more recruits

China’s military is turning to rhymes and beats in order to bring in fresh talent.

The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) released an online recruitment video… 461 more words

China blocks US Navy aircraft carrier from Hong Kong port

Friday a Pentagon spokesman confirmed China blocked a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier from arriving at a port in Hong Kong as tensions ratcheted up over disputed islands in the South China Sea. 295 more words

Current Events

China open to Sino-U.S. space cooperation - People's Daily Online

China’s leading newspaper People’s Daily reports that China is open to space cooperation with all nations including the United States.

Source: China open to Sino-U.S. space cooperation – People’s Daily Online… 27 more words

Politics

Chinese President Xi Jinping named as military’s ‘commander-in-chief’

‘All must be done with the ultimate goal of improving battle command capacities and measured by the standards of being able to fight and win wars,’ Chinese leader says By Kayleigh Lewis The Independent China’s President Xi Jinping has been restructuring the country’s militaryAFP/Getty Images Chinese President Xi Jinping has been named as commander-in-chief […] 7 more words

HumanRights

Chinese President Xi Jinping named as military's ‘commander-in-chief’

‘All must be done with the ultimate goal of improving battle command capacities and measured by the standards of being able to fight and win wars,’ Chinese leader says… 770 more words

Twitter's new China head was a People's Liberation Army engineer who worked on military security

This story has been corrected.

Twitter’s deeper foray into China is upsetting the social network’s small but dedicated group of Chinese users—who say the company’s newest hire is a troubling sign that Twitter could be introducing Beijing-style censorship to the world, not free speech to China. 610 more words

Arms Transfers and China’s Long-Term Goals: An Assessment of China’s Current Strategy in the Defense Market

Arms transfers are a critical tool for any state’s ability to achieve foreign policy goals, influence security interests, and develop into an advanced economy. China’s history of dismissing international norms and its languid defense industry has contributed to a poor reputation as an arms producer. 187 more words

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