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Analysis: US dilemma in South China Sea response
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — China has heightened tensions in the South China Sea with its new, remote island city and planned military garrison in a contested area viewed as a potential flashpoint for conflict in the Asia-Pacific. How might the United States ...
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The Associated Press
Aiding China's military: Block this deal
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
But with the Chinese government's role clear, so is this deal's violation of both post-Tiananmen Square sanctions against military sales to China and a 1999 law that requires treating all space exports to China as military technology transfers. Given how ...
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Adm.: Positive signs for US-China military ties
NavyTimes.com
Adm. Samuel J. Locklear III told reporters at his headquarters near Honolulu that China and the People's Liberation Army have been accepting of his visits since he took the helm at the U.S. Pacific Command in March. He says the U.S. has also been ...
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Japan threatens military action over Diaoyu Islands
China Daily
Tokyo announced twice in the past two days the possibility of dispatching troops to the Diaoyu Islands, a move Beijing on Friday slammed as "extremely irresponsible". Analysts said Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda and his cabinet have taken one of ...
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Keeping an Eye on the Other Leadership Race—in China
Heritage.org (blog)
The impending convening of the 2012 Beidaihe conference in China is a meeting of global significance. China is now the world's second-largest economy and has a military that has benefited from two decades of double-digit growth. The decisions made in ...
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It all comes down to money and power, says Andrew Billo, senior program officer ...
Salon
This article originally appeared on GlobalPost. After the disparate nations that make up the Association of Southeast Nations (ASEAN) failed to agree on a roadmap to resolution on the South China Sea, China went ahead and — shockingly — did its own thing. ... Southeast Asian countries are emboldened by US interest in this issue and the fact that they might have the support of the US military in respect to this issue even if the US has not explicitly said so. The US has said explicitly that it's not taking sides in the ...
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China names military heads of South China Sea city
Zee News
China names military heads of South China Sea city Beijing: China has taken another step in its campaign to claim the world's most disputed waters by naming two senior military officers to head a garrison in the South China Sea, days after calling the island ...
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Open war in the South China Sea
Jakarta Post
By establishing a US military base in Darwin and given Washington's “backing” for the claimant states, especially the Philippines, against the PRC, the US and Australia have deepened their involvement directly or indirectly in the conflict, making the region ...
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Chinese expansion warrants close scrutiny from Pacific states
National Business Review
For New Zealand, Chinese military expansion is a crucial pulse to monitor. Such a large trading partner, and one Wellington is prepared to fortify ties with in the future, is going from strength to strength and, by some accounts, will overtake the United States in ...
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China Names Military Chiefs for Disputed Island City
The Chosun Ilbo
China Names Military Chiefs for Disputed Island City. China announced Thursday that it had appointed two senior military officers to head a garrison in a new city established on a disputed island just days ago. Official media Friday quoted Defense Ministry ...
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Pentagon plans for pivot to Asia need work: study
Chicago Tribune
Many U.S. policymakers see Asia as the future focus of U.S. foreign policy, with both opportunities and threats posed by the region's massive economic growth, China's rapid military buildup, North Korea's nuclear saber-rattling and territorial disputes in the ...
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Chinese ships leave vicinity of Pag-Asa
Philippine Star
Manila, Philippines - Only two of the 20 Chinese fishing vessels that dropped anchor the other day very close to the Philippine-occupied Pag-Asa island in the Spratlys region remain in the area, according to the military's Western Command (Wescom).
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China Offers Journalists Rare Glimpse Of Military Helicopter
Aviation Week
No startling details of military strategy were revealed, nor were wraps taken off a secret weapon. But the Chinese defense ministry at least took a small step toward greater transparency last week by opening an army aviation base to journalists, including ...
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Aviation Week
Chaplain quits So. Baptists over same-sex rite
NewsWest9.com
... garrison on an island in the contested South China Sea. China has heightened tensions in the South China Sea with its new, remote island city and planned military garrison in a contested area viewed as a potential flashpoint for conflict in the Asia-Pacific.
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Olympic shooting, Day 1: Army wife Jamie Gray 5th, Szarenski misses cut
Military Times (blog)
Poland's Sylwia Bogacka led after qualifying and ended up with the sliver, and China's Yu Dan took bronze with a two-round score of 501.5. Get full results here. Gray, who took fourth in the air rifle event in Beijing in 2008, returns ... Stay with After Action as we try to keep up with the military-athlete contingent, and remember to bookmark this link for easy access to athlete bios, and to find out which service members are up next for Olympic gold. Tags: 2012 Olympics, Daryl Szarenski, Jamie Gray, London 2012, London ...
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Military Times (blog)
Study Urges Panetta to Send More Marines, Attack Subs to Asia-Pacific
U.S. News & World Report (blog)
Unlike military planning blueprints of the past, the Obama administration's Asia-Pacific strategy is not about simply winning a war. Here's how the CSIS report puts it: "The top priority of U.S. strategy in Asia is not to prepare for a conflict with China; rather, it is to ...
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U.S. News & World Report (blog)
China warns Japan over Diaoyu Islands stance
Xinhua
Japanese Prime minister Yoshihiko Noda on Thursday said Japan is ready to send in the military if necessary to protect the disputed islands of Senkaku, known as the Diaoyu Islands in China. Yoshihiko Noda said, "If a neighbouring country does something ...
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Beijing, Tokyo lock horns over disputed islands
Oman Tribune
TOKYO/BEIJING Japan's defence minister on Friday warned that Tokyo could send troops to East China Sea islands a day after China announced the appointment of military officers at a newly-established garrison in the islands at the centre of a territorial row.
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Hawker Beechcraft Chairman Rebuffs Security Concerns Over Sale To Chinese ...
AOL Defense
The proposed sale of bankrupt Hawker Beechcraft to a Chinese company will create no security problems for the US military, pledged Hawker chairman Bill Boisture in an exclusive interview with AOL Defense. If the potential $1.8 billion sale to Superior ...
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India Ink: As China Eyes Indian Ocean, Japan and India Pair Up on Defense
CanIndia News
Such joint exercises might be standard practice in international military-to-military exchanges, but with growing regional tensions — like in the South China Sea, located between India and Japan — they take on a more complex meaning. “If you look at it ...
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Panel Urges More U.S. Ships in Pacific for Pivot to Asia
Bloomberg
The report by the Center for Strategic and International Studies found the military's force posture “is heavily tilted toward Northeast Asia, to Korea and Japan” to focus on threats on the Korean peninsula and the Taiwan Strait. “As evidenced by recent Chinese ...
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Digital diary of Chinese hacker unit shows spying on everyone
HeraldNet
The location matched intelligence contained in the 2008 State Department cable published by WikiLeaks that placed the group in Shanghai and linked it to China's military. Commercial researchers have yet to make that connection. The basis for that cable's ...
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Japanese nationalist dreams of new patriotic party
Victoria Times Colonist
TOKYO — Former Japanese general Toshio Tamogami has a dream: fed up with bowing to China and the United States, patriotic politicians form a new party that puts national interests first, bolsters the military and rewrites the pacifist constitution. “In Japan ...
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NJPN China Conference – Partnering Chinese Catholics
Independent Catholic News
Also, new ideas that came from the conference. But why build links with China in particular? Well one in every five people on Earth lives in China. China is a major military power and a key player in building a sustainable world. Many of the elements that make ...
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'US military has ensured Asia's regional stability'
Business Standard
... absence of an over-arching security structure, the US military presence has played a pivotal role in ensuring regional stability. We intend to continue to play that role. It is good for us, and it is good for everyone in the region. Our rebalance is not about China ...
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FORCES: Hong Kong Garrison Grows
Strategy Page
In 1997 Hong Kong returned to Chinese control, after the 99 year lease Britain had on the territory was not renewed by China. Hong Kong was allowed to maintain some economic and administrative autonomy, but the police and military garrison are under the ...
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Analysis: Dilemma for US in figuring out how to respond to rising tensions in ...
Victoria Times Colonist
WASHINGTON - China has raised the stakes in a potential regional flashpoint with its new city on a remote island in the contested South China Sea and its plans for a military garrison there. How might the United States respond? Criticize Beijing too strongly ...
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Analysis: US dilemma in West Philippine Sea response
Inquirer.net
China will not be able to project much military power from such a small outpost — with a population of just 1000 people and scarcely room for an airstrip — but it has symbolic importance. Beijing says the municipality will administer hundreds of thousands of ...
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Inquirer.net
Military helicopters pound Aleppo as onslaught looms
Chicago Tribune
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syrian military helicopters pounded a central district of Aleppo on Saturday as forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad prepared for an onslaught on rebel fighters that could determine the fate of the country's biggest city, opposition ...
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Developing Relations with Chinese PLA Top Priority
CRIENGLISH.com
Thanh made the statement during a meeting to honor the contribution of the Vietnamese People's Army (VPA) military officers who have been trained in China, on the occasion of the 85th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese PLA. Thanh said VPA ...
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Zee News
Aggressive US foreign policy
The News International
As the Chinese well understand, the world in general craves calm, but the out-of-control US military machine, in an expansionist wave of unprecedented energy, is hell-bent on domination. The Chinese can look after themselves, of course, even if their ...
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The News International
Is Team USA's militaristic uniform a problem?
KETK
Amid all the attention to the "Made in China" controversy about Team USA's uniforms, little has been written about their design. But if numerous online slide shows ranking the best and worst of the opening ... Military apparel migrated to civilian life centuries ago, when veterans realized uniforms invited attributions of reliability, discipline and heroism and when various civil institutions used them as a means of regulating groups of people. Men's clothing strongly has been influenced by military looks, and the fashion ...
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