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China’s first real flattop is for power projection to global hegemony
On June 17, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) achieved a long-sought goal on its way to realizing its ambitions for global power projection when it launched its first real “flattop” or conventional take-off or landing (CTOL) aircraft carrier. Read More.
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Northern Command warns U.S. homeland vulnerable to attack from ‘multiple vectors’
China, Russia and North Korea in the past year have accelerated the development and deployment of weapons “specifically designed to threaten our homeland,” the commander of the Pentagon’s Northern Command recently told the U.S. Congress. Read More.
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China begins construction of 300-ton unmanned combat ship
On June 1, an image surfaced on the Chinese Internet from a May 31 ceremony marking the beginning of construction of a new large unmanned combat ship for the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN), marking an advance in the next generation warfare technology of autonomous and unmanned weapons platforms. Read More.
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Another showdown in the South Pacific, 80 years on
The South Pacific is again a battleground. China is not nearly at the stage of taking over any of the 15 islands stretching across the region of Oceania, but it's definitely disturbing the foes of Chinese expansionism. Read More.
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U.S. officers warn outdated strategic forces won't deter China ‘breakout’
The Pentagon risks losing a 50-plus year strategic advantage in deterring Russia and China if it fails to replace missiles, bombers, and submarines that are outdated, U.S. defense officials say. Read More.
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U.S. braces for new Russian superweapon: Nuclear-armed drone torpedo
A new drone torpedo capable of destroying entire cities or ports will be deployed by Russia this year, according to the commander of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command. Read More.
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China-linked hacking group operated inside targeted computer networks for years
A hacking group with ties to the communist government in China operated undetected for years and stole billions of dollars worth of intellectual property and other data from U.S. and other companies worldwide, a cybersecurity firm discovered. Read More.
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Spy scandal compromised U.S.-ROK command bunker in Seoul; Defector claims 120,000 spies in South
Using a specially-designed spy watch, South Korean operatives working for North Korea compromised a U.S.-South Korea (ROK) Command, Control, Computer, and Intelligence system located in a bunker at the Ministry of National Defense in Seoul, a report said. Read More.
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Russians’ training of Chinese jet fighter pilots exposed by crashes
China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) insists that its military forces are self-sufficient and do not rely on foreign training. Read More.
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China gears up for high tech ‘cognitive warfare’ in metaverse
While no one currently can really say what the metaverse actually is, communist China nevertheless views it as a future battlefield for the People’s Liberation Army (PLA). Read More.
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Warplanes from Russia, China neared South Korean air space hours before ICBM test
Russian and Chinese military planes flew into South Korea’s air defense zone just as North Korea was set to test-fire an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), a South Korean official said. Read More.
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U.S. Space Force has no known counter to China’s growing space-based arsenal
In July of last year, China tested the longest-range land attack weapon in its arsenal, a hypersonic missile that is part of the communist nation’s pursuit of dominance in space warfare capabilities. Read More.
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First laser weapon 'kill'? China may have achieved combat milestone via Saudi Arabia
China is making progress in fielding laser combat weapons and a laser weapon that it sold to Saudi Arabia may have conducted the first ever combat laser “kill.” Read More.
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U.S. Pacific commander goes public: China violated pledge not to militarize disputed islands
The commander of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command is speaking out on the growing threat posed by China. Read More.
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U.S. intelligence still split on Covid origins; Annual threat assessment spares China
Analysts say that China will continue to successfully evade responsibility or consequences from the worldwide spread of Covid as long as entrenched Deep State operatives in U.S. intelligence resist the lab leak theory supported by several Trump administration officials and current intel officials in other nations. Read More.

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