- US is accelerating a new round of military transformation (I)
- Military transformation is one of the important guarantees for the US to maintain its military superiority after the Cold War. According to RAND Corporation, military transformation refers to profound changes in the military field. These changes are neither fast nor simple improvements of military equipment, but emphasize the overall transformation of the military field and the long process of its evolution.
- Never forget national humiliation left by "Sept. 18 Incident"
- On the evening of Sept. 18, 1931, Japanese troops started a plotted bombardment of Chinese barracks near Shenyang on a false pretext, which marked the beginning of the bloody invasion of the northeast and then the rest of China by imperialist Japan that lasted 14 years.
- US speeds up to seek "space dominance"
- Washington’s eager steps to launch a military race in the space and seek space dominance is an important approach of seeking absolute military superiority under the influence of Trump’s “America first” concept.
- Japan promotes military industry overseas via DSEI
- Japan will host the DSEI, the world's largest defense equipment exposition, on November 18 for the first time. Relevant insider said that several overseas enterprises have expressed their intentions to buy defense equipment from Japan.
- US hawks' 'China threat' paranoia knows no bounds
- Hawks in the US have found a convenient pretext to push the "China threat" propaganda in the garb of the Hong Kong protests. By ramping up anti-China hysteria, they are trying to tar the country's name closer to a momentous occasion — the 70th anniversary of the founding of China.
- China can play more active role in mediating Japan-South Korea spat
- The brewing spat between Japan and South Korea after Seoul's withdrawal from the General Security of Military Information Agreement marks a new low in Seoul-Tokyo relations. What's driving Seoul's decision to withdraw from the pact? Will it cast a shadow on the US alliance system in East Asia?
- Bolton getting himself fired is not so unexpected
- John Bolton, appointed as US National Security Adviser since April 2018 and also known as a "war maniac", was "fired" by US President Donald Trump this Tuesday. Since Bolton is the third National Security Adviser of President Trump to resign during his presidency, the incident has raised high attention from the outside world.