- First floating test range strengthens India's missile tests
- India completes its first Floating Test Range, a platform for launching and observing prototype missiles. What are the new highlights of the technical performance of the FTR? And what have been the strategic considerations of India to conduct research and development of FTR and carry out anti-ballistic missile test?
- NATO in plight also plays the card of "China threat"?
- While making full preparations to deal with challenges, China should strengthen the communication with NATO, reduce misunderstanding and misjudgment, enlarge common interests and seek a way of win-win cooperation.
- Chinese military could deploy blockchain management
- The Chinese military could adopt blockchain technology to manage personnel data, boost training and mission performances, and provide soldiers with earned tokens that could be used to collect rewards, a move that experts said could give more immediate incentives to military personnel compared to previous reward systems.
- China and the US should prepare for an era of 'co-opetition'
- The rapid downward slide of China-US relations has exceeded everyone's expectations.The challenge for the future of China-US relations lies in whether the two can find ways to coexist in the same international system and resolve their differences.
- Unrest in Bolivia with the US manipulation behind the scenes
- The resignation of Morales has rendered Bolivia a temporary "anarchy" state, but this is by no means the final outcome, and may be the beginning of new unrest. The situation in Bolivia will remain unstable in the short term, which willmingle with other Latin American countries in chaos, making the political situation in chaos in Latin American even more complicated and confusing.
- Confrontation with NATO escalates as Russian submarines surge into the Atlantic
- Submarine is the backbone of the Russian Navy. Located in a high and cold region where the conditions are severe for the operation of surface vessels, Russia always considered submarine as a priority in its naval development, which could stay deep down in water and be insusceptible to climate. Most of its marine combat systems were built around nuclear submarines and became a “Sword of Damocles” hanging over the NATO.
- Where is Yemen headed amid turbulent situation?
- The Yemeni government and the Southern Transitional Council signed the "Riyadh Agreement" in Saudi capital Riyadh on November 5. In Yu Guoqing's opinion, the agreement has some positive effects on the Yemeni situation, but its execution is still questionable.
- Russia to throw weight behind China's concept of BRICS+
- The 11th BRICS Summit in Brasilia, the capital of Brazil, is approaching, but we can guess what will be discussed among leaders from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. They are expected to offer their ideas on upholding the multipolar world order and challenge Western dominance and ideology.
- China to create world-class air force
- The Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force will gradually get more J-20 stealth fighters and Y-20 large transport aircraft, as well as the H-20 bomber in the near future to meet the goal of becoming a world-class force, experts predicted, as the service celebrated its 70th founding anniversary on Monday.
- PLA Air Force indispensable to security
- The People's Liberation Army Air Force will celebrate its 70th anniversary on Monday. Steeled by the Korean War (1950-53) and later air defense operations, and supported by the growing national strength and, most importantly, generations of personnel's efforts, the PLA Air Force has become a powerful force safeguarding national and international security.