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“The Biggest Show Of Force Since World War II”: Japan To Send Its Largest Warship To South China Sea

The tension over the disputed territory in the South China Sea is about to escalate to another level: according to a Reuters report, Japan is preparing to to dispatch its largest warship on a three-month tour through the South China Sea beginning in May, in “its biggest show of naval force in the region since World War Two.” The 249…

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Japan Scrambles Jets as China Sends 40 Warplanes into Shared Strait

The Chinese military conducted what it called a “routine” control that sent Japanese jets scrambling Sunday over the East China Sea, with Japan warning that they are keeping an eye on the increasingly “expansive” activities of China’s military assets. China sent over 40 military aircraft, according to the AFP, over an area known as the Miyako Strait near southern Japan, not…

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Was the Chinese ‘invasion’ of Japan’s Senkaku islands a dress rehearsal for war?

( NationalSecurity.news ) In recent days a massive 230-ship flotilla of Chinese “fishing boats” escorted by 28 Coast Guard and other law enforcement vessels nearly surrounded Japan’s Senkaku islands in what some analysts say could be a dress rehearsal for war. As reported by Real Clear Defense , the islands – which are claimed by Japan, historically, but also by…

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U.S. WARSHIPS SURROUND DISPUTED CHINESE WATERS, PREPARED FOR WAR: “WWIII AT STAKE”

by Mac Slavo U.S. Warships Surround Disputed Chinese Waters, Prepared for War: “WWIII At Stake” Territorial disputes are a delicate thing… and potentially deadly as well. That’s why the U.S. is backing up its positions with an ever-increasing presence of warships  in the South China Sea. China is very touchy about these territories, and unwilling to give up what they…

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Fake in China: 488 million social media posts a year by Chinese government

The Chinese government cranks out 488 million fake social media posts a year in an effort to divert attention away from sensitive issues, a new study estimates. The researchers describe a “massive secretive operation” carried out by government employees, highlighting just how far China is willing to go to control news and information. Many foreign websites and social networks, including…

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U.S. Warship Challenges China’s Claims in South China Sea

  The U.S. Navy sent its third warship in less than seven months into waters of the South China Sea claimed by China as tensions rise ahead of an international court’s ruling on the territorial dispute. The USS William P. Lawrence, a guided-missile destroyer, on Tuesday sailed within the 12-nautical-mile territorial zone around Fiery Cross Reef, a feature in the Spratly Islands…

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Pacific Command chief says more ‘freedom of navigation missions’ coming in a challenge to outsized Chinese territorial claims

(NationalSecurity.news) The head of the U.S. Navy’s Pacific Command says that in the near future more “freedom of navigation” missions will take place in the South China Sea in what appears to a bid by the Obama administration to reassert American power in the region. As reported by USNI News, Adm. Harry Harris said during a conference sponsoered by the…

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Media hiding horror of continued forced abortion

The “rubber stamp” legislature in China has approved the government’s new two-child policy, under discussion for several months already, and starting Friday, couples are being allowed a second child. However, a pro-life activist says that in no way halts the terror and violence of the government controls over the number of children in a family. And the media need to…

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CHINA WARNS US AGAINST ‘MINOR’ INCIDENTS THAT COULD ‘SPARK WAR’

  China has issued its strongest warning yet to the US over an incident during which a US destroyer sailed within territorial waters of China’s man-made islands in the South China Sea, claiming that US faces running the risk of “a minor incident that sparks war.” On Tuesday, the Aegis destroyer USS Lassen entered within 12 nautical miles of Subi…

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South China Sea Conflict: Chinese Military Sends Warning To US Forces

China’s media outlets have claimed that China may use force in case the U.S. and Australia would pursue their navigation activities. Earlier this week, the two nations decided on planning to navigate in some areas of the South China Sea in light of China’s recent activities in building artificial islands through the reefs. Both countries strongly believe in the freedom…

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