State-run media in China is criticizing President Obama for chewing gum (probably Nicorette) as he emerged from his car at the opening ceremonies of the APEC conference in China Monday.
ZHUHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) – China unveiled a sophisticated new stealth fighter jet at an air show on Tuesday, a show of muscle during a visit by U.S. President Barack Obama for an Asia-Pacific summit.
Signs of a serious division within the ruling Communist Party of China are emerging over a crackdown on corruption led by current leader Xi Jinping, according to a recent U.S. intelligence report on the division.
President Obama has long made clear his desire to rule in a system devoid of constitutional complexity, occasionally lamenting the fact that he is not a dictator. So he must be enjoying his trip to China this week, where he is getting the opportunity to dress like one and engage in some totalitarian roleplay.
A senior Navy intelligence officer has been removed from his position due to comments made regarding aggressive Chinese military movements that ran counter to the Pentagon’s talking points on the issue, according to the Navy Times.
President Barack Obama on Monday declined to speak out directly on behalf of the pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, stating that while U.S. officials are concerned about human rights, they must also maintain business ties with China.
Several former and current U.S. fighter pilots are warning that the Shenyang J-31, a new Chinese stealth fighter, may eventually be able to match the capabilities of the F-22 and F-35. Spying was identified as a key reason why.
A Chinese intelligence unit carried out a massive cyber espionage program that stole vast quantities of data from governments, businesses and other organizations, security analysts who uncovered the operation said Thursday.
The Obama administration is backing away from a 2001 commitment to help Taiwan acquire submarines to defend the island from Chinese attack.
Illegal detention centers known as “black jails” have proliferated in China, according to a new report, even as government officials deny their existence before a United Nations committee this week.