Chinese naval vessels began drills Monday in the South China Sea, an area of territorial dispute, the Associated Press reports.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Chinese operational inexperience and communications difficulties on both sides contributed to a near-collision between the USS Cowpens and a Chinese warship in the South China Sea last month, the head of U.S. forces in the Asia-Pacific said on Wednesday.
China’s Defense Ministry on Wednesday confirmed that weapons designers recently conducted the first test of an ultra-high speed missile vehicle considered cutting edge military technology.
China’s military conducted the second flight test of its newest long-range missile that is capable of hitting targets in the United States with a nuclear warhead, according to defense officials.
China’s state media on Monday said the recent near-collision between a U.S. guided missile cruiser and a Chinese navy ship in the South China Sea earlier this month was the result of threatening actions by the U.S. warship.
Petitions calling for Xi Jinping to end China’s violent repatriation policy were sent to the Embassy of China on Tuesday, International Human Rights Day.
A Chinese nationalist newspaper says China’s smog could thwart missile attacks, the South China Morning Post reports.