China and Russia sign a Memorandum of Understanding Regarding Cooperation for the Construction of the International Lunar Research Station

On March 9, Zhang Kejian, the administrator of China National Space Administration (CNSA), and Rogozin, the General Manager of State Space Corporation “Roscosmos” (ROSCOSMOS), signed the Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of the People’s Republic of China and the Government of the Russian Federation Regarding Cooperation for the Construction of the International Lunar Research

What are the Advantages of Hypersonic Weapons

The history of war shows that speed is a key indicator to measure the performance of weapons and equipment, and it is also an important fulcrum for opening the door to victory. Hypersonic weapons combine ultra-high-speed, high damage, and high defense penetration capabilities. They have become another strategic commanding height in aerospace military competition among

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Breaking: US Extends New START Nuclear Disarmament Treaty with Russia

The United States and Russia had "agreed in principle" to extend the arms treaty by five years following a phone call between US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin Tuesday. President Biden pledged to keep the American people safe from nuclear threats by restoring U.S. leadership on arms control and nonproliferation. Today, the

By |2021-02-03T17:30:07+03:00February 3rd, 2021|Categories: Military Affairs|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

U.S. Moves to Protect Investors from China’s Firms

The People’s Republic of China has long prohibited Chinese companies listed on U.S. stock exchanges from complying with U.S. regulatory requirements designed to protect investors, claiming compliance would violate PRC laws on national security information. The failure to meet basic disclosure requirements has enabled companies like Luckin Coffee Inc. to mislead investors. In April, the

China, Russia Extend Agreement on Notifications of Launches of Ballistic Missiles and Space Missile Carriers

Approved by the heads of state of China and Russia, Chinese State Councilor and Defense Minister General Wei Fenghe and Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu held a video conference and signed a Protocol on the extension of the agreement between the Government of the People's Republic of China and the Government of the Russian Federation

Russian Pacific Fleet’s Strategic Missile-Carrying Underwater Cruiser Launch four Bulava Ballistic Missiles

The Pacific Fleet’s nuclear-powered submarine Vladimir Monomakh made a salvo launch of four Bulava ballistic missiles from the Sea of Okhotsk, Russia’s Defense Ministry reported on Saturday. "Today the Pacific Fleet’s strategic missile-carrying underwater cruiser Vladimir Monomakh made a salvo launch of four Bulava ballistic missiles as part of planned combat training measures," the ministry

By |2020-12-12T16:58:57+03:00December 12th, 2020|Categories: Military Affairs, Pacific|Tags: , , , |1 Comment

United States Imposed Sanctions on Shipping Companies in China and Vietnam for Transporting North Korea

The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) designated six entities and identified four vessels related to the transport of North Korean coal. Such actions address the transportation and exportation of North Korean coal in violation of UN Security Council resolution (UNSCR) 2371 and underscore that entities within the People’s Republic

By |2020-12-09T05:58:29+03:00December 9th, 2020|Categories: North Korea|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Between S400 and V-22В Osprey the Fate of Kuril Islands

The Kuril Islands conflict, which dates back to the first Russian-Japanese agreement to address the status of Sakhalin and the Kuril Islands, as well as the Shimoda Treaty of 1855, which first established official relations between Russia and Japan, came back to the agenda during Suga's active foreign policy period. Although analysts argue that the

Historical and Geopolitical Background of Kuril Islands dispute

The Kuril Islands dispute, also known in Japan as the Northern Territories dispute, is a disagreement between Japan and Russia and also some individuals of the Ainu people over sovereignty of the four southernmost Kuril Islands. The Kuril Islands is a chain of islands that stretch between the Japanese island of Hokkaido at the southern end

Soviet invasion of Xinjiang

The Soviet invasion of Xinjiang was a military campaign of the Soviet Union in the Chinese northwestern region of Xinjiang in 1934. White Russian forces assisted the Soviet Red Army.[3] In 1934, Ma Zhongying's troops, supported by the Kuomintang government of the Republic of China were on the verge of defeating Soviet client Sheng Shicai during

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