From 2016 to 2020, there were 722,765 Chinese graduate students studying science, technology, engineering, and mathematics at U.S. universities, according to the Government Accountability Office (GAO). Read More.
In its Nov. 15 issue, Geostrategy-Direct.com, the subscription intelligence briefing published in association with WorldTribune.com surveyed the geopolitical landscape and identified disturbing developments with one locus in common: The People's Republic of China. Read More.
At China’s biannual Zhuhai Airshow, this year from Nov. 8 to 12, China’s missile makers displayed new anti-ship ballistic missiles intended to threaten United States Navy ships that may come to the aid of Taiwan should China invade the island democracy. Read More.
Released on Oct. 27 with much fanfare in Washington, the Biden Administration’s new 80-page National Defense Strategy report, which contains an unclassified version of the February Nuclear Posture Review (NPR) and a new Missile Defense Review (MDR), provides for no increases in the United States’ nuclear forces and provides no national missile defenses against a possible combined China-Russia nuclear threat. Read More.
With orders from the Kim Jong-Un regime for the army to mobilize nationwide and rumors circulating that the length of military service could be extended, young people in North Korea are reportedly resisting recruitment efforts, with many refusing to enlist. Read More.
In the 1999 book “Unrestricted Warfare”, Chinese air force colonels Qiao Liang and Wang Xiangsui wrote that the communist regime should recognize no limits in what it should do to win a war. Read More.
China and Russia continue the integration of their respective Beidou and Globalnaya Navigazionnaya Sputnikovaya Sistema (GLONASS) navigation satellite (navsat) systems — at a time when China and Russia are also developing their military entente to very likely include nuclear war cooperation. Read More.
In order to deter what the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) says is its "new normal" of incursions into Taiwan's air defense identification zone (ADIZ), the United States, Taiwan, and Japan should "consider a partial wartime mobilization," an analyst said.
Most of Iran’s 36 provinces saw mass demonstrations in September 2022 against the clerical Government of the Islamic Republic, and, as with earlier periodic waves of demonstrations, each occurrence prompts the question: Is this the outburst which topples the clerics? Read More.
At the Chinese Communist Party’s United Work Conference in late July, supreme leader Xi Jinping called for ethnic Chinese throughout the world to mobilize in support of the CCP, effectively seeking to make every Chinese individual a communist agent. Read More.
Amid a significant challenge to its nuclear deterrence from China and Russia, the United States continues to rely on the Minuteman III ICBM, a key element of U.S. strategic forces for more than 50 years as the land-based leg of the nuclear “triad” of missiles, bombers and missile submarines. Read More.
In the event of a war between China and Taiwan, undersea cables which carry Internet and telephone traffic could be cut and global shipping would likely be significantly disrupted, a U.S. think tank said in an Aug. 29 report. Read More.
Kim Yo-Jong, the younger sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un and a top official in the Pyongyang regime, accused South Korea of spreading Covid-19 to the North via balloons launched from the South. Read More.
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