Japan Complaints China to United Nations Over Its Activities in the South China Sea

The Permanent Mission of Japan to the United Nations presents its compliments to the Secretary-General of the United Nations and, with regard to the Note Verbale No. CML63/2020, has the honour to state Japan’s position asfollows. Japan, as a State Partv to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), rejects China’s

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Cosmopolitanism: Perusal of Asian discourse

There exists literature in International theories where the neo-political philosophical concept - COSMOPOLITANISM originates. Cosmopolitanism as a word traces its very origin from the Greek word- KOSMOPOLITIES, which in its literal sense implies- ‘Citizen of the world’. This notion has opened a wide spectrum of some important key views in socio-political philosophy. Be it as

New Zealand, U.S. Navies Operate Together in Eastern Pacific

The Royal New Zealand Navy Anzac-class frigate HMNZS Te Kaha (F77) and Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Michael Murphy (DDG 112) conducted combined operations in the eastern Pacific, Dec. 8-9. Te Kaha is underway for the first time since her nearly three-year frigate system upgrade. “One of the last operational activities Te Kaha did before

China’s National Defense White Paper 2015

The State Council Information Office of the People's Republic of China May 2015, Beijing Preface   I. National Security Situation   II. Missions and Strategic Tasks of China's Armed Forces   III. Strategic Guideline of Active Defense   IV. Building and Development of China's Armed Forces   V. Preparation for Military Struggle   VI. Military and Security Cooperation I. National Security

China’s National Defense White Paper 2010

China's National Defense in 2010 Information Office of the State Council The People's Republic of China March 2011, Beijing Contents Preface I. The Security Situation II. National Defense Policy III Modernization of the People's Liberation Army IV. Deployment of the Armed Forces V. National Defense Mobilization and Reserve Force Building VI. Military Legal System VII.

China’s National Defense White Paper 2008

China's National Defense in 2008 Information Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China January 2009, Beijing Contents Preface The Security Situation National Defense Policy III. Reform and Development of the PLA The Army The Navy The Air Force VII. The Second Artillery Force VIII. The People's Armed Police Force National Defense

China’s National Defense White Paper 2006

cInformation Office of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China December 2006, Beijing China's National Defense in 2006 (Xinhua) Updated: 2006-12-29 17:40 The Information Office of the State Council published a white paper titled "China's National Defense in 2006" here Friday. Following is the full text: Preface Foreword To uphold world peace, promote

China’s National Defense White Paper 2019

The State Council Information Office of the People’s Republic of China July 2019 First Edition 2019 ISBN 978-7-119-11925-0 © Foreign Languages Press Co. Ltd., Beijing, China, 2019 Published by Foreign Languages Press Co. Ltd. 24 Baiwanzhuang Road, Beijing 100037, China Distributed by China International Book Trading Corporation 35 Chegongzhuang Xilu, Beijing 100044, China P.O. Box 399,

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China’s National Defense White Paper 2004

China’s National Defense in 2004 Foreword Chapter I. The Security Situation   Chapter II. National Defense Policy Chapter III. Revolution in Military Affairs with Chinese Characteristics Chapter IV. Defense Expenditure and Defense Assets Chapter V. The Military Service System Chapter VI. National Defense Mobilization and Reserve Force Building Chapter VII. Science, Technology and Industry for

Biden’s China Policy and U.S. Alliance System in Asia-Pacific

As Biden becomes the 46th President of the United States, eyes turn to the new direction of the US's foreign policy approach to China. The basic approach is that Biden will avoid a military confrontation with China despite the harsh speeches he made against China during his election campaign. However, although Biden's methods and

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