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Xi in closed meeting: Party must ‘be resolute in controlling the Internet’

Xi in closed meeting: Party must ‘be resolute in controlling the Internet’

President Xi Jinping has warned that the survival of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) hinges on its ability to control the Internet. In an unpublicized speech that was first circulated…

S. Korean intel: Military discipline has significantly declined since Kim Jong-Un took power

S. Korean intel: Military discipline has significantly declined since Kim Jong-Un took power

SEOUL — Corruption is rampant and discipline is eroding across North Korea’s military as the country’s youthful new leader Kim Jong-Un has shifted the policy focus away from the military,…

Russia finds surveillance devices concealed in Chinese-made home electronic appliances

Russia finds surveillance devices concealed in Chinese-made home electronic appliances

Russian customs officials in St. Petersburg confiscated a large amount of Chinese-made home electronic appliances that were embedded with spying software and Wi-Fi transmitters. The spying devices were found in…

Japan, Russia conduct historic security talks in move toward normalization

Japan, Russia conduct historic security talks in move toward normalization

Foreign and defense ministers of Japan and Russia held the first-ever “2+2” talk in Tokyo on Nov. 1, and the two sides reached agreements on a wide range of defense…

Report: N. Korea has acquired detailed data on S. Korea’s key strategic facilities

Report: N. Korea has acquired detailed data  on S. Korea’s key strategic facilities

SEOUL — North Korea has collected information on South Korea’s strategic sites including nuclear power plants and where chemical substances and oil reserves are located, South Korea’s spy agency said.…

China steps up public campaign against Japan’s leader: Abe’s comments are ‘bold-faced lies’

China steps up public campaign against Japan’s leader: Abe’s comments are ‘bold-faced lies’

Chinese government intensified its propaganda and personal attacks on the Japanese government and Japanese leaders in recent weeks in response to a series of Japanese reactions to Chinese provocations. “Historically,…

Japan’s Abe again frustrates China with planned SE Asia diplomatic initiative

Japan’s Abe again frustrates China with planned SE Asia diplomatic initiative

Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced Oct. 30 that he would visit Cambodia and Laos in mid-November and took the occasion to warn China against the unilateral use of force…

U.S. report angered China by calling Taiwan’s status ‘unsettled’

U.S. report angered China by calling Taiwan’s status ‘unsettled’

A simple statement of U.S. official policy toward Taiwan has triggered an angry response from the Chinese communist government in Beijing. At issue is a sentence in a comprehensive report…

China uses flotilla’s visit to Hawaii as anti-Japan propaganda

China uses flotilla’s visit to Hawaii as anti-Japan propaganda

A flotilla of three Chinese PLAN ships arrived at Pearl Harbor on Sept. 7 to start a three-day joint search and rescue exercise with the U.S. Navy off the coast…

U.S. Navy to deploy more littoral combat ships to protect Japan’s sea lanes

U.S. Navy to deploy more littoral combat ships to protect Japan’s sea lanes

The U.S. Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan Greenert said Sept. 5 in Washington that the U.S. Navy planned to deploy Littoral Combat Ships [LCS] to Japan in support of…