Liu Zhen
Liu Zhen
Reporter, China
Liu Zhen joined the Post in 2015 as a reporter on the China desk. She previously worked with Reuters in Beijing.

China’s foreign ministry has released a ‘cooperation’ report ahead of an expected trip to the China-Arab Summit by Xi Jinping next week.

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It is believed the ships, which can carry 30 helicopters and 1,000 marines, would play vital role in potential military campaign against Taiwan.

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Arms makers showed several systems at this month’s Zhuhai air show, including the Type 625E that combines a Gatling-style gun and missiles on a tactical truck.

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Radar system made by state-owned China Electronics Technology Group Corporation could offset the battlefield reconnaissance advantages of Western satellites.

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China’s main missile maker Casic has equipped its product with ‘full skill set’ against all types of UAVs, including the small and hard to detect.

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Official exposition says international politics still follows the “law of the jungle” and a powerful military can guarantee national security and developmental interests are upheld.

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US defence strategy says China poses ‘most comprehensive and serious challenge to US national security’; defence ministry says China adheres to peaceful development and safeguarding international system.

Chinese president also notes ‘complex international environment’ facing the two socialist countries in talks with Vietnamese Communist Party chief Nguyen Phu Trong.

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Ban thresholds for chips are too advanced to affect the PLA, which still lags well behind the civilian sector on their usage, observers point out.

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US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin had called for contacts to restart, after China cut off exchanges in retaliation for US House speaker’s visit to Taiwan in August.

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A research report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute says China has the highest level of self-sufficiency in weapons production in the Indo-Pacific region.

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PLA Daily says Washington’s plan to introduce UN resolution against ASAT testing ‘conceals evil intention’ and attempts to fix its advantage over rivals.

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