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China’s new stealth material superior to that used on F-35


The following is based on a translation of a report on a Chinese news site: Chinese news site mil.huanqiu.com interviewed Professor Jiang Jianhua, a member of the research team in China’s Huazhong University of Science and Technology, that has developed the anti-stealth radar material for the J-20 aircraft. Prof. Jiang said that most previous stealth … Continue reading

Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s new Harvard job: US-China relations


Former Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd has taken up a new role with the prestigious Harvard University where he will lead a major research project into United States-China relations. The appointment will see him split his time between Boston, Beijing and his hometown of Brisbane. Mr Rudd, who has worked in China and speaks Mandarin, … Continue reading

A new Chinese anti-satellite test?


Five years ago, China conducted its first anti-satellite (ASAT) test – on January 11, 2007. Exactly three years later, China conducted a second ASAT test, which Beijing referred to as a missile defence test, on January 11, 2010. And now, some days ago, China launched a large missile that reached 6,200 miles (10,000 km) above … Continue reading

A new female generation of “princesslings” in China?


If you follow Chinese politics at all, you’ll have heard of a word that’s become synonymous with corruption and privilege — “princeling”. The term refers to the offspring of Chinese party officials, and is often used to describe those who leverage their family connections into political power. However, there are signs that these princelings could soon … Continue reading

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