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China develops chip to pinpoint firearms

  China has developed a satellite positioning chip to pinpoint the location of firearms and trigger an alert when guns are taken out of designated...

US Sanctions On Huawei May Fuel China’s Plan For Its Own Tech

  Made in China—three words often associated with cheap quality. Four years ago, the Chinese government repurposed the phrase as the name of a new...

China’s Logistics Modernization is Changing the Pacific Military Balance

The well-worn formulation that “amateurs study tactics, while professionals study logistics” has significant explanatory power when considering the...

Generals board PLA’s gravy train, but the next stop is jail

  Global think tanks take a keen interest in Beijing’s military buildup, and there has been plenty to attract their attention during the spending spree on...

China’s Liaoning dovish as USS Theodore Roosevelt sails in

  China’s only aircraft carrier in service, the Liaoning, is now in the South China Sea for a six-day drill that began on Thursday, state...

Carrier-based attack drones to enter service with PLA Navy

  The Chinese Navy is testing new drones capable of synchronized operations with military aircraft. The drones – or unmanned aerial vehicles – are tailor-made to...

The militarization of China’s People’s Armed Police

  Chinese leader Xi Jinping’s potential coronation as president-for-life at the country’s recent National People’s Congress may have captured the world’s headlines, but a sweeping...

Thousands of Chinese marines in major readiness drill

  Recently, more than 10,000 Chinese marines and regular troops were transported long distances within eight hours to join regiments in the PLA’s two major...

PLA hospitals told to focus on combat, key research goals

  The Chinese military has embarked on an aggressive drive to overhaul a raft of medical institutes nationwide to rein in profit-generating businesses. Researchers and...

PLA wants its border troops to be multilingual

  Training in foreign languages and cultures should be bolstered for border staff to safeguard the Chinese frontier and coastal regions, military deputies attending the...