A day which shall live in infamy.
While the world pauses to remember the day the US was provoked into entering WWII, the headlines paused over China the week before.
All eyes, including Thailand’s, are on violence from the Mid East.
China and Taiwan swap spies. US and China swap hackers. China and Russia swap satellites. Reporters swap sympathies and memos.
And everyone is supposed to think that there will be peace that lives alongside infamy. But that’s only for those who forget.
Though quietly at times, the Cadence marches on toward Pacific conflict.
U.S. opposes China-Russia space arms treaty (WA Times)
Xinjiang, Terror, and China’s Contempt for Freedom of the Press (CPI-Nottingham)
…Complete with anti-Israel boilerplate, but otherwise an informing read
The ‘Spy Swap’ That Wasn’t (Taiwan Thinking)
The US and China agree more steps to fight cyber crime (Computer Weekly)
Source: Pacific Daily Times
- Thailand aims to build its own Great Firewall of Internet censorship (cnet.com)
- Construction of China-Thailand Railway to Begin by End of 2015: Thailand Deputy PM (chinatopix.com)
- Xiaomi to launch its own wireless carrier (phonearena.com)
- Thailand Wants To Set Up Its Own Great Firewall (eteknix.com)
- Thailand may copy Chinese censorship efforts with its own Great Firewall (dailydot.com)
- India and China’s pragmatism to challenge U.S. superpower status (chinadailymail.com)
- Thailand boosts military ties with China amid U.S. spat (chinadailymail.com)
- The astounding rise of China’s currency (chinadailymail.com)
- Tug-of-war between China, Turkey over suspected Uighurs in Thailand (chinadailymail.com)
- Southeast Asia attracts more foreign direct investment than China for second year (chinadailymail.com)