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Is US-China ‘AI Cold War’ happening?


“The AI Cold War that could doom us all” is a long Oct 23 essay published by WIRED, a Hi-Tech website. It begins with the stories that the artificial intelligence system AlphaGo, developed by Alphabet which is the parent company of Google, defeated a world champion Go player in 2016 and then another champion in … Continue reading

Cadence of Conflict: Asia, May 30, 2016


China has reportedly announced that it has been outdone by US technology. This implication came from the statement that it can only respond to the US “freedom of navigation” exercises by sending nuclear subs to the South China Sea. While some claim that the reports from Beijing are “exaggerated”, either scenario shows Beijing revealing its … Continue reading

Cool War: United States and China in the future of the global competition


Are we on the edge of a new Cold War era? Or, alternatively, every power struggle mindset has to be considered a lost legacy of the XX century and we’re headed to a new era of global cooperation? These are the big questions opening Cool War by Noah Feldman, a must read essay on the … Continue reading

China and Africa forge new trade alliances on ancient routes


Africa Brings New Trade and Challenges to World Economies. China and India’s new-found interest in trade and investment with Africa—home to 300 million of the globe’s poorest people and the world’s most formidable development challenge—presents a significant opportunity for growth and integration of the Sub-Saharan continent into the global economy. These two emerging economic “giants” … Continue reading

China gets Russia’s best submarine technology, as Russia seeks to avoid economic recession


The following is a translation from Chinese media: The Inquisitr said in an article titled “Russian 1650 Amur-class submarine will be given to China” on October 18: Putin hopes to partially avoid Russian economic recession by trading with China. It is believed that Putin sold China Russia’s top submarine in exchange for economic gains to … Continue reading

China’s supersonic submarine


Researchers in China are reporting that they’ve taken a big step towards creating a truly revolutionary submarine. For years, the nation has been dedicated to the expansion of the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) Submarine Force. Aside from wanting a fleet that could rival those of other superpowers, the growing fleet is seen as a … Continue reading

Russia and China’s alliance is an illusion; each wants to dominate the other


On Wednesday, Russia and China signed a $400 billion dollar natural gas deal. According to Vladimir Putin, Russia’s agreement to sell 38 billion cubic meters of gas to China is “the biggest contract in the history of the gas sector of the former USSR.” Putin’s Soviet reference can’t help but remind observers of the days … Continue reading

Space plays a growing role in U.S.-China security talks


Space is playing an increasing role in security talks between the United States and China, although no formal dialogue dedicated to space security has begun, a senior U.S. State Department official said on Thursday. “Over the past year or so, space has been included in an increasing way and we hope to continue those discussions … Continue reading

China-Russia arms deals are political for Cold War partnership


There have been reports that the Russian military worries that providing China with advanced weapons may threaten Russian security. At the same time, Russian military industry circles worry that China may steal Russian technology by reverse engineering. However, Russian President Vladimir Putin insists that there should be the arms deals. Why? For the sake of Sino-Russian … Continue reading

The emergence of a new cold war – China and Russia against USA?


Last June, Russian President Vladimir Putin chose Beijing as the first destination of his visit abroad after he was reelected Russian president. He made the choice to show the importance he attached to relations with China. Before his visit, he published an article in Chinese official mouthpiece People’s Daily that no international issue could be … Continue reading

Renewed Chinese-Russian friendship is a cause for international concern


Chinese President Xi Jingping has continued his visit to Russia, aimed at bolstering the friendship between the two nations and increasing cooperation. The visit, his first since officially taking office last week, demonstrates that China is seeking to overcome past suspicions and solidify its friendship with Russia in order to form an axis against perceived … Continue reading

China’s expanding horizons under Xi Jinping


Fresh from his “surprise” election as president of China last week, Xi Jinping is about to set off on his first foreign trip. Later this week, he will travel to Moscow. The choice is a traditional one, and redolent of the Cold War, when Russia and China were the twin pillars of the Communist world. Back then, China … Continue reading

Pentagon must investigate China’s “underground Great Wall” nuclear arsenal


The Pentagon‘s latest budget proposal, signed by Barack Obama, contains an item requiring the army to prepare a report on a secret network of tunnels, where the Chinese are hiding their nuclear arsenal. According to the proposal signed by the president, which was originally prepared by the Pentagon and then modified the Congress, the military … Continue reading

China’s evolving core security needs: Active defence or subtle offence?


A blueprint of China’s future defence framework was outlined by outgoing President Hu Jintao in his report delivered to the 18th Communist Party of China Congress last November. It called for the creation of a national defence and armed forces commensurate to China’s standing, enabling it to address the country’s security challenges which continuously grow … Continue reading

The new cold war: the democracy camp


In the new cold war, it could be seen that there are two groups: the autocracy camp, centring around China, Russia and the SCO, and the democracy camp, centring around most western democracies in Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia, Japan and South Korea. This article will focus on the democracy camp. It is much … Continue reading

The beginning of a new Cold War: Putin’s Beijing visit


US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta has reiterated recently that the US attaches great importance to its relations with China, and its plan to increase its navy presence in the Pacific is not directed at Beijing. Beijing says it welcomes a US return to the Asia-Pacific region, but has stepped up its military buildup as soon … Continue reading

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