- Does China's military spending indicate an arms race?
- It is hardly surprising when global media outlets react negatively to announcements of Chinese spending figures on issues of regional and international importance. China's uptick in its defense budget for 2018 was no exception.
- Taiwan Travel Act demonstrates new stance of US strategy toward China
- It needs to be recognized that the language used by American elites in talking about China is getting tougher and harder. Several major US strategic reports have listed China as a major strategic competitor, and the US is formulating a large-scale policy to pressure trade with China. Now that the Taiwan Travel Act has come into effect, all this is formulating a strong US revisionist impulse in China-US relations.
- Chinese veterans’ rights will be better protected
- The Ministry of Veterans Affairs to be established in accordance with the plan to deepen the reform of Party and State institutions is a historic step to implement the strategy to build a powerful military.
- US unable to make big strategic designs to maintain its global hegemony
- Gerald Siegel from the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies published an article titled "Does China Matter?" in the American magazine Foreign Affairs in 1999, in which he described China as a small potato in the global economy, a second-rate military power, and politically "insignificant".
- China's military budget ranks world's second, REASONABLE!
- "China raises 2018 military budget by 8.1 percent": some international media began to stir the "China threat" again.Several Chinese experts interviewed by our reporters all said that as a major power it is only reasonable for China to increase its military budget to the second in the world.