WHY THE US SHOULD FEAR CHINESE HYPERSONIC GLIDE VEHICLES AND STEALTH UAVs

On November 22, 2019, Posted by , In Analysis Reports, By ,, , With Comments Off on WHY THE US SHOULD FEAR CHINESE HYPERSONIC GLIDE VEHICLES AND STEALTH UAVs

Photos are taken from Joe McDonald. 2019; Trevithick, Joseph. 2019 By: Jeff Bates ANALYSIS Currently there are no defenses against the GJ-11 hypersonic glide vehicle. It is not known how many DF-17s or GJ-11 stealth UAVs are operational, if any.  The US and its allies need to figure out a…

Huawei and Russia: A Strategic Partnership

On November 18, 2019, Posted by , In Europe,Uncategorized, By ,,,,, , With Comments Off on Huawei and Russia: A Strategic Partnership

In recent months, Russia has been working with Chinese tech company Huawei to bolster its economy and infrastructure. Huawei has been able to leverage its joint venture with Russia to bolster their research and company goals. Huawei’s and Russia’s partnership is mutually beneficial, as Russia does not currently have a…

Russian Arms Deals-Altering the Balance of Power in the East

On November 18, 2019, Posted by , In Asia,Taylor Hill, By ,,,, , With Comments Off on Russian Arms Deals-Altering the Balance of Power in the East

By Taylor Hill While it cannot be categorically stated that the United States “won” the Cold War, the fall of the Soviet Union and the ensuing economic and political turmoil in Russia left the United States as the only surviving global superpower. In the early 1990s, the modern-day perception of…

Implications of Hong Kong’s Extradition Bill

On November 5, 2019, Posted by , In Asia, By ,,,, , With Comments Off on Implications of Hong Kong’s Extradition Bill

By Meghan Bedell Photo: Pixabay Western media has seen steady reports originating from Hong Kong in the last few months detailing the rising tension over the mainland-Chinese sponsored extradition bill, in which perpetrators of certain crimes can potentially be extradited to the mainland for prosecution. Hong Kong and China’s stark…

Sino–Australian Relations; from Bad to Worse

On October 31, 2019, Posted by , In Analysis Reports,Uncategorized, By , , With Comments Off on Sino–Australian Relations; from Bad to Worse

By: Joseph Dummar Ever since the year 2000, economic trade between China and Australia has grown exponentially. David Chau from Australian Broadcasting Station reports, “In 2017-18, China was by far Australia’s largest trading partner, contributing $194.6 billion worth of imports and exports. This was more than the combined value of…