Posts Tagged ‘PEking’

Former Air Force Secretary Accuses China

January 8, 2009

 

Aviation Calendar 2009

Aviation Calendar 2009

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 Former Air Force Secretary Thomas Reed has co-authored a new book that makes the case that China has intentionally proliferated nuclear technology to dangerous regimes such as Pakistan and North Korea since the 1980s and is still debating internally whether to continue the flow of materials and know-how abroad. US News and World Report reported Jan. 2 that Reed’s work, The Nuclear Express: A Political History of the Bomb and Its Proliferation, claims that China even tested the first Pakistani bomb in 1990 for the Pakistani regime of Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. This test and additional Chinese help, Reed told the magazine, enabled the Pakistanis to respond within three weeks of India’s nuclear test in 1998 with their own underground nuclear test.

“Soft Ribs and Strategic Weaknesses”

December 18, 2008
Aviation Calendar 2009

Aviation Calendar 2009

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Chinese military strategists describe the US military dependence on space assets and information technology as a strategic weakness they mean to exploit, according to a new report (large file) from the Congressionally chartered US-China Economic and Security Review Commission. The report asserts that the investments China’s military is making in space and cyber operations “could provide it with an asymmetric capability enabling it to prevail in a conflict with US forces.”