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MARK ALMOND: China's thirst to rule the world has just gone hypersonic

The Daily Mail 19 Oct 2021
What a difference 24 hours makes! The revelation that China has tested such a missile – and that it was nuclear-capable – has sent shock waves around the world ... So having (almost) nailed the technology, could an emerging superpower China be tempted to repeat the kind of surprise attack which Japan inflicted on the Americans at Pearl Harbor in 1941?.
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China denies testing a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile, says it was a spacecraft

Henry Herald 18 Oct 2021
China has denied a report that it tested a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile in August, saying on Monday that the test was instead a "routine spacecraft experiment." ... When asked about the report at a regular press briefing Monday, China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Zhao Lijian said the August test was "a spacecraft, not a missile.".
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Lowry: The U.S. supply chain makes no sense

Ogden Standard Examiner 17 Oct 2021
U.S ... International Trade Commission imposed roughly 200% duties (on top of Trump-era duties of 25%) on the world’s biggest manufacturers of chassis, China Intermodal Marine Containers. The head of the Harbor Trucking Association, representing port truckers on the West Coast, complained, “Now we’ve created scarcity and increased the cost.”.
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Opinion: The U.S. supply chain makes no sense

Lawrence Journal World 17 Oct 2021
International Trade Commission imposed roughly 200% duties (on top of Trump-era duties of 25%) on the world’s biggest manufacturers of chassis, China Intermodal Marine Containers. The head of the Harbor Trucking Association, representing port truckers on the West Coast, ...
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Commentary: The US supply chain makes no sense

The Post and Courier 17 Oct 2021
(The S.C ... U.S ... International Trade Commission imposed roughly 200% duties (on top of Trump-era duties of 25%) on the world’s biggest manufacturers of chassis, China Intermodal Marine Containers. The head of the Harbor Trucking Association, representing port truckers on the West Coast, complained, “Now we’ve created scarcity and increased the cost.” ... .
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Lowry: America’s supply chain makes no sense

Boston Herald 16 Oct 2021
International Trade Commission imposed roughly 200% duties (on top of Trump-era duties of 25%) on the world’s biggest manufacturers of chassis, China Intermodal Marine Containers. The head of the Harbor Trucking Association, representing port truckers on the West Coast, ...
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The US supply chain makes no sense

The Bradford Era 16 Oct 2021
U.S ... International Trade Commission imposed roughly 200% duties (on top of Trump-era duties of 25%) on the world’s biggest manufacturers of chassis, China Intermodal Marine Containers. The head of the Harbor Trucking Association, representing port truckers on the West Coast, complained, “Now we’ve created scarcity and increased the cost.” ... ....
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China's control of the supply chain is more dangerous than its nukes

Hot Air 14 Oct 2021
In California, at the Long Beach and Los Angeles harbors, more than a third of the cargo coming in from overseas – a huge portion of that from China – has traditionally flowed smoothly into the nation ... When China cannot (or decides not to) supply these parts, whole industries suffer debilitating supply chain shortages.
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Americans vanquished, China triumphant: 2021′s hit war epic doesn’t fit Hollywood script

Stars and Stripes 14 Oct 2021
Yet, state-run China Daily pushed back against the idea that the movie was any different from American war classics like "Pearl Harbor" or "Saving Private Ryan." On Weibo, China's Twitter-like platform, the outlet accused CNN of "smearing" the film by labeling it propaganda.
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How China’s Afghanistan Policy Impacts Its Approach to the Middle East

The Washington Institute 13 Oct 2021
withdrawal from Afghanistan, China faces dilemmas about its own policy—and how it will now approach the broader region ... When the Taliban controlled Afghanistan in the late 1990s, Beijing sought assurances that Afghanistan would not harbor separatist groups who opposed China, offering political recognition and foreign investment in return.
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Parkston bridge dedicated in honor of fallen WWII Air Force pilot Bill Christensen

The Daily Republic 12 Oct 2021
While nearly 80 years have passed since the late Christensen was gunned down by a fleet of Japanese fighter planes off the coast of China following the attack of Pearl Harbor during World War II, the secretary of South Dakota’s Veterans Affairs Department and some of the state’s ...
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US needs to get real on Taiwan defense plans

Asiatimes 08 Oct 2021
The specter of China going to war to force Taiwan to unite with the mainland has compelled the United States, Taiwan’s chief diplomatic and military supporter, to get real. Washington has had to face up to the increasing chance China could succeed and focus on whether and how to defend the democratically governed island.
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Australia, US boost space collaboration under pact

Taipei Times 07 Oct 2021
Australian Strategic Policy Institute defense analyst Malcom Davis said China poses a threat to Australian, UK and US satellites ... “Reducing the prospect for a successful counterspace campaign and denying China and Russia the ability to deliver a decisive ‘Pearl Harbor’ in space is probably the most important goal for AUKUS,” he wrote.
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Kaixin Auto Holdings Announces POCCO EV Orders over 3000 Units in September

Kentucky New Era 06 Oct 2021
"The rapid growth of China's electric vehicle market has achieved a qualitative breakthrough in 2021, and this momentum will continue ... Kaixin Auto Holdings is one of the primary dealership networks in the premium used car segment and new car sales in China ... Safe Harbor Statement ... These statements are made under the "safe harbor" provisions of the U.S.
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Taiwan Defense Minister: China Tensions Worst in Four Decades

Hamodia 06 Oct 2021
Then, China carried out missile tests in waters close to Taiwan, hoping to prevent people voting for Lee Teng-hui, who China suspected of harboring pro-independence views ... China says Taiwan should be taken by force if necessary. Taiwan says it is an independent country and will defend its freedoms and democracy, blaming China for the tensions.
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