The Associated Press reports that China’s military has successfully conducted a missile test on...
by Cindy | Mar 17, 2014
As the families and relatives of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 continue to wait for news of the...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 27, 2013
While China’s cyber warfare and espionage capabilities unwillingly hog the limelight, its conventional military forces continue to modernize and rebalance. In one of several recent developments on this front, the PLA Navy...
by Melissa M. Chan | Jul 3, 2012
Chinese state media has reported that two alleged ‘plane hijackers’ have died in custody in Xinjiang, from the BBC: The Global Times said the men, from the Uighur minority group, died in hospital of injuries sustained trying to...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 29, 2011
Not content with a White House decision to sell Taiwan upgrades to its existing F-16s, Lockheed Martin is equipping congressmen to argue for the sale, long requested by Taipei, of brand new planes. From Reuters: A Lockheed...
by Sophia Cao | Sep 18, 2007
From China Daily: Boeing said on Tuesday that China will require 3,400 new airplanes worth about $340 billion over the next 20 years, raising its forecast for the Asian giant’s booming aviation arena. Previously, the plane maker had projected China would need 2,800 airplanes for the next two decades. “China domestic frequencies have increased more […]
by Mo Ming | Jan 12, 2007
From The Christian Science Monitor: China unveiled the locally built Jian-10 last week, saying it narrows the gap with advanced nations. A sleek, swept-wing fighter-bomber dubbed the “Jian-10,” unveiled here last week, is more than just another jet plane. It is China’s calling card, announcing Beijing’s arrival among the top ranks of military manufacturers. Powered […]
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