Month: July 2017

China’s People’s Liberation Army Air Force To Continue Flight Drill

The Chinese People’s Liberation Army Air Force will keep handling drills at sea regardless of whatever obstacle it may encounter, China’s state broadcaster announced, following reports that Chinese warplanes crossed near Japan and Taiwan in recent days. The actions have faced and bought with a variety of forms of opposition and obstacle, but no matter […]

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North Korea

North Korea Fired A Missiles Landed in Japan Coast

On Friday, North Korea launched an Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) successfully for the second time this month. The rocket landed in the Sea of Japan, about 600 miles away from the launcher area. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that they got information the North Korea will conduct a missile firing again. He urged the US, […]

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US Delivers Weapons for the Philippine Air Force

On Saturday, The US Embassy in Manila said that “officials from the Joint United States Military Assistance Group (JUSMAG) recently provide 1,040 rocket motors and 992 rockets to the Philippine Air Force (PAF) through the Mutual Logistics Support Agreement (MLSA).” Philippine Air Force received counterterrorism weapons and equipment from the United States to help its […]

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Beach Landing Assault

Avoid Mindanao – Western Nations Warned Their Citizen

Alerts from Britain, Canada, and Australia were released this week after President Rodrigo Duterte increased military rule all over the region of Mindanao to fight the rebels.  Canadian advisory on Monday warned against visiting any part of Mindanao except for Davao. The Canadian government said that there is a severe risk of terrorist attacks and […]

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U.S. Delivers Two C-208B Surveillance Aircraft to Philippine Air Force

VILLAMOR AIR BASE, Philippines (July 27, 2017)—The U.S. formally delivered two new Cessna 208B (C-208B) Grand Caravan Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) aircraft to the Philippine Air Force (PAF) during a handover ceremony, Thursday. The delivery of the aircraft is part of a $33 million package through the U.S. National Defense Authorization Act Building Partnership […]

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Philippines to Discuss Over Oil Exploration on ASEAN Meeting

  On Wednesday, the Philippine government tried to reassure Southeast Asian neighbors about its recommendation to associate with Beijing in oil exploration in the disputed sea. President Rodrigo Duterte has dropped his predecessor’s policy opposing China’s claims and causing alarm among neighboring Southeast Asian countries, which also hold partial claims. Foreign Secretary Alan Cayetano yesterday […]

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Letter With Feather

China Ordered Cinema to Play Propaganda Film

Beijing regulators have ordered cinemas to give 45 percent screen share to the Friday opening of a lavish propaganda film celebrating the People’s Liberation Army. This weekend, Chinese moviegoers will have abundant opportunity to see their country’s latest big-budget propaganda movie. Beijing’s state media regulators have ordered cinemas over the country to provide substantial play […]

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U.S. Pacific Fleet Commander to Launch Nuclear Attack to China?

I’d launch nuclear strike against China if Trump ordered it A US Pacific Fleet commander said Thursday that he would launch a nuclear attack into China next week if President Trump commanded it. “The answer would be; yes,” said Adm. Scott Swift, commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, in response to a hypothetical question from […]

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India ICBM

India Closer to Border War with China

Buried in the Himalayas in the Siliguri Corridor, also recognized as the Chicken’s neck, Chinese and Indian military forces sit on the particular sides of their large borders and defend themselves for what could become a shooting war among nuclear powers. Both Beijing and New Delhi see the opposition as a shoving match for dominance […]

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China Showing Its Military Capability Around the World

China is showing its growing ability to extend force around the world as three of its warships was ready to join military exercises with its close partner. Naval exercise with Russia in the Baltic Sea is China’s first engagement in European waters. The drills, which are a sign of both growing reach of the Chinese […]

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Seagames hosting Asean

Thailand or Indonesia to Snatch Philippines SEA Games Hosting

Thailand or Indonesia could step forward to host the 30th Southeast Asian Games in 2019 following the Philippine government’s decision to give up the event. The Philippines, which only passed in as hosts when Brunei switched in 2015, had been registered to host the competition in 2019 as it had in 2005. But the government […]

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Two Chinese J-10 Fighter Intercepted US Spy Plane

Chinese fighter jets intercept U.S. spy plane in latest close encounter between two militaries The Pentagon said Monday, two Chinese J-10 fighter jets had intercepted a U.S. Navy surveillance plane in an “unsafe” and “unprofessional” behavior in an international airspace over the East China Sea. The US EP-3 plane was traveling over the East China […]

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Mischief Reef

China Wants Alliances Despite West Philippine Sea Tensions

On Monday, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Beijing needed to maintain stability in the South China Sea as it seeks alliances in the region amid tensions in the disputed waters. The United States has opposed China for neglecting international law by the construction and militarization of artificial islands in the South China Sea, threatening […]

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Philippines to Upset China Over Drilling in Reed Bank?

More than two years ago Philippine energy officials ordered stop drilling for oil and natural gas in the West Philippines Sea as Beijing demands. The Southeast Asian country’s Department of Energy froze that purpose because the Philippines was planning for world court arbitration with China over who has the more rights to the field of […]

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