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  • The West Is Split on China. It Needs to Come Together.

    America and the European Union each have one fruitless approach to China. They should combine them.

    www.nytimes.com
  • China is Researching Quantum Radars to Track and Kill Submarines

    Sebastien Roblin Security, China is even developing a satellite-based laser surveillance system aimed at detecting vessels submerged as deep as five hundred meters. Here's What You Need To Remember: Time will tell which, if any, of these technologies can be developed into practical operational systems. According to some evaluations, today’s cutting-edge submarines like the Virginia- and Sea Wolf-class attack submarines have been evaluated to run only five decibels louder than average oceanic...

    The National Interest
  • Will India Side With the West Against China? A Test Is at Hand

    The United States and its allies have long wanted India’s help in confronting China. Now, a deadly border clash seems likely to push India in that direction.

    www.nytimes.com
  • Divided West can do little as China tightens up on Hong Kong

    Political leaders around the world have decried Beijing’s move to impose a tough national security law on Hong Kong that allows mainland Chinese authorities to crack down on subversive activity and protest in the semi-autonomous territory

    ABC News
  • Divided West can do little as China tightens up on Hong Kong

    LONDON (AP) - From Tokyo to Brussels, political leaders have swiftly decried Beijing’s move to impose a tough national security law on Hong Kong that cracks down on subversive activity and protest in the semi-autonomous territory. But the rhetoric has more bark than bite. For people in Hong Kong, the

    The Washington Times
  • Divided West can do little as China tightens up on Hong Kong

    LONDON (AP) — From Tokyo to Brussels, political leaders have swiftly decried Beijing’s move to impose a tough national security law on Hong Kong that cracks down on subversive activity and protest in

    WTOP
  • Divided West can do little as China tightens up on Hong Kong

    Political leaders around the world have decried Beijing’s move to impose a tough national security law on Hong Kong that allows mainland Chinese authorities to crack down on subversive activity and protest in the semi-autonomous territory

    Washington Post