- Overview: China's intention and goal of joining the "IAG 2019"
- The International Army Games (IAG) 2019 will commence on August 3 in 10 countries simultaneously including China and Russia, and China will continue to host and participate in some of the competitions. What are the new highlights of this year's IAG? Compared with previous ones, what are the new changes in our competitions?
- French Military's ambition is too wild for its strength
- On July 12, France launched its first Barracuda-class nuclear-powered attack submarine, the Suffren. On July 13, France announced that it would create a Joint Space Command (JSC). On July 14, it held a two-hour long National Day Military Parade.
- What's the way out for a tumultuous Libya?
- The turbulence in Libya won't quiet down any time soon.The process toward a political settlement calls for greater sincerity and more efforts from all parties concerned.
- US needs to get used to China sanctions: experts
- The US should get used to China's sanctions on US companies involved in a possible arms sale to the island of Taiwan, and the US has no right to criticize the sanctions as it does this all the time, Chinese experts said on Tuesday.
- Darroch leak reveals wider rift in US-UK relationship
- the US just wanted to take advantage of the Brexit to further exploit the UK and maximize its own interests. This will surely twist the "special relationship" between the two countries and further deteriorate bilateral ties.
- China can effectively sanction US companies who sell weapons to Taiwan: experts
- The US is deploying a double standard by calling China's proposed sanctions on US companies for arms sales to Taiwan a "foolish action," Chinese mainland analysts said on Sunday, pointing out that the sanctions could not only cut base material supply to these companies including rare earths but also block their non-military products from entering Chinese markets.
- Why the U.S. won't beat China on Taiwan issue
- "The U.S. is playing the Taiwan card while Taiwan is actively collaborating with the U.S. strategy, challenging the one-China principle," Shen Dingli, a professor from the Institute of International Studies at Fudan University, said when talking about Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen's recent transit in the U.S.
- U.S. firms involved in arms sales to Taiwan will pay a heavy price
- The Chinese Foreign Ministry announced on July 12 that China will impose sanctions on U.S. companies involved in arms sales to Taiwan. The announcement came after the United States earlier announced a plan to sell weapons worth 2.22 billion U.S. dollars to Taiwan. The sanctions are a necessary and decisive action taken by a sovereign country to defend its core national interests.
- UK intends to send strong message to Russia by joint military exercise
- A few days ago, a joint military exercise led by the UK kicked off with more than 4,000 military personnel and 44 warships from nine countries in Lithuania, near the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad. According to British media reports, this is the largest Royal Navy force sent by the UK to the Baltic Sea for more than a century.
- PLA Daily: US unlikely set up "united anti-Iran front"
- On July 8, Iran declared that its enriched uranium purity had exceeded 3.67%. That's the second time that Iran defied the Iranian nuclear deal after the announcement on July 1 that its enriched uranium stock had exceeded 300 kilograms.