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Analyst: U.S., Taiwan and Japan should prepare citizens, begin wartime preparations
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. Read More.
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Iran on the brink? Demonstrations and their suppression much worse than those that toppled the Shah
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.
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China’s Xi seeks to weaponize overseas Chinese as communist agents
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.
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Delayed test of aging Minuteman III ICBM highlights advances by China, Russia
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.
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Pentagon mum on presence of China spy ship at RIMPAC
A Chinese military spy ship was detected near Hawaii as the U.S. Navy carried out a major international exercise earlier this month, a report said, citing defense sources. Read More.
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Impact of China-Taiwan War: Cut underseas data cables, blocked global sea lanes
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.
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Threats by Kim’s sister raises questions about North Korea’s bioweapons program
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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Testimony: Gain-of-function research conducted on deadly bioterror virus at Wuhan
Communist China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology carried out gain-of-function research on a virus that is much deadlier than Covid-19, according to recent testimony before the U.S. Senate. Read More.
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South Korea’s rapid missile advances check North, puts China at risk
South Korea has made significant advancements in its missile program out of the eye of the international media. But the rapid pace of development is being closely tracked by North Korea, China, and Russia. Read More.
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‘Black box’: MI6 chief sizes up China’s seemingly unlimited intelligence threat
China’s intelligence operation is “extraordinarily well resourced” with “hundreds of thousands” of civilian intelligence officers dispatched to steal secrets and technology worldwide, the chief of Great Britain’s MI6 intelligence service said. Read More.
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New Chinese 203MM cannon could put Taipei in artillery range
China’s North Industries Corporation, or NORINCO, may be developing a 203mm mobile artillery system, that with new ramjet-powered shells, may have the potential to reach targets in Taiwan. Read More.
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By 2035 China plans its own ‘Starship’ to compete with SpaceX
On July 12 a series of slides appeared on Chinese web page from a briefing by Long Lehao, former Deputy Chief Designer for the Chinese Lunar Exploration Program from 2004 to 2009. Read More.
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For sale: Hacker offers Shanghai police database with records on 1 billion Chinese
A computer hacker who had obtained a database from a police network in Shanghai which contained records on 1 billion Chinese citizens attempted to sell the database for 10 bitcoin, or about $200,000. Read More.
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Chinese disinformation campaign targeted Trump-era rare earth initiative in Texas
China does not abide threats to its dominance in the production of rare earth minerals which are indispensable to many cutting-edge technological products. Read More.
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Second U.S. hypersonic missile test fails; Trails China, Russia
The Department of Defense confirmed that, for the second time in less than a year, a U.S. test of a hypersonic missile has failed. Read More.

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