China appears to warn India: Push too hard and the lights could go out
As battles raged in the Himalayas, taking at least two dozen lives, Chinese malware was flowing into the control systems that manage electric supply across India, along with a high-voltage transmission substation and a coal-fired power plant, a new report has just revealed.
China said to speed up move to more survivable nuclear force
There's no indication the United States and China are headed toward armed confli...
To counter China, Army to mark ‘unheld areas’ with expeditions, studies
“China’s blatantly expansionist policy to grab territory needs to be ...
China appoints ex-PLA General who headed troops on India front to top parliamentary committee
Gen Zhao, who headed the Western Theatre Command during the 2017 Doklam standoff where the Indian Army stood up against the PLA's plan of laying a road close to the Indian border in an area claimed by Bhutan, was replaced by Gen Zhang Xudong in December last year.
China-India demilitarized zone upsets defense officials in Delhi
Soldiers from both countries for now will no longer patrol a nine-kilometer (six-mile) stretch on the north bank of Pangong Tso.
India’s sudden peace push with nuclear rivals shows Joe Biden impact
Pakistan wants to show the US it's not too close to China, Beijing wants to lower the temperature as Biden courts New Delhi and India is hedging its bets as it prepares to host BRICS leaders including Chinese President Xi Jinping later this year.
Out competing China will be key to national security in decades ahead: Joe Biden's CIA nominee
Willian Burns, 64, a former diplomat who served in Russia and the Middle East, shared the assessment with members of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence during his confirmation hearing on Wednesday for the post of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director.
ITBP to strengthen short, long-range patrolling at Indo-China border, says DG Deswal
"Government has given the mandate of border management to ITBP. The army will be behind us as per the bilateral agreement. The disengagement is only between the two armies (India and China)," Deswal added.
View: China is fast losing the upper hand in its staring contest with India
In India's case, China has pursued the objective of forcing its terms through four key fronts — boundary dispute, terrorism, nuclear proliferation, and economic coercion.
India, China push for steady resolution of other flashpoints
Sources said that of the 16-hour meeting at Moldo on Saturday, the first half was spent on confirming the withdrawal of troops in the Pangong area, with both sides demonstrating with evidence that disengagement has been completed as per the agreement.
India, China conclude 16-hour military talks, discuss further disengagement at three friction points in Eastern Ladakh
According to the sources, the marathon talks began at 10 am Saturday and ended at 2 am Sunday. This latest round of talks comes two days after completing the disengagement process from both the north and south banks of Pangong Lake.
Military commanders of India, China to hold talks on Saturday
The Corps Commander-level talks are scheduled to start at the Moldo border point on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh.
United States ship sails in South China Sea by China-claimed islands
The U.S. ship's pass by the Spratly Islands follows a joint exercise by two U.S. carrier groups in South China Sea and another warship sailing near Chinese-controlled Paracel islands earlier this month. Those actions had suggested that the Biden administration was not about to scale back operations challenging Beijing's claims after the ramp-up seen during the Trump administration.
Pentagon rethinking how to array forces to focus on China
"Smaller will be better in the future. A small force that is nearly invisible and undetectable, that's in a constant state of movement, and is widely distributed - that would be a force that is survivable," he told a Washington conference. "You're not going to accomplish any objective if you're dead."
China's Xi Jinping tells Joe Biden confrontation would be disaster for both countries
Xi also told Biden that he hopes the United States will cautiously handle matters related to Taiwan, Hong Kong and Xinjiang that deal with matters of China's sovereignty and territorial integrity, according to an account of the discussions reported by Chinese state television on Thursday.