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The Diplomat - East Asia

A deal, based on the 1956 Declaration, is closer than it has been in decades.
Stealth fighters, thrust vector control, flying wings, radars, and more.
The CCP has co-opted ordinary citizens into war footing.
China’s military technology and weapons development are a reality check for regional security.
Tehran has good reason to doubt that China is a reliable partner.
Security guarantees are one thing, but will Pyongyang ever give up the national prestige of having nuclear weapons?
The EU’s new strategy on “Connecting Europe with Asia” could spell trouble for China’s “Belt and Road Initiative.”
Political headwinds could deter Chinese students from universities in the U.S., Australia, and the U.K.
A close look at the Chinese navy's anti-submarine warfare capabilities, doctrine, and strategy.
A trade war, an unsolved murder, and the founding of the Chinese Embassy in London.

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