When a Chinese J-11 fighter challenged a US Navy P-8 Poseidon on Aug. 19 near Hainan Island, it triggered off a debate on the way the US performs its surveillance strategy, writes defense analyst Wendell Minnick in Defense News.
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The FBI accused the Chinese citizens, including Su Bin (Stephen Su), owner of Lode-Technology, last month of hacking into US military projects. Defense analyst Wendell Minnick had a look at the FBI-document detailing the accusations for Defense News.
China is building up its military capacity in the South China Sea by constructing an airstrip at the Fiery Cross Reef, reports defense analyst Wendell Minnick based on regional media reports, in Defense News.
After the massive gas deal between China and Russia, both countries are now working on a deal on Russian fighters and surface-to-air missiles. But it is not yet a done deal, explains defense analyst Wendell Minnick in Defense News.
China´s manufacturers of military equipment have a huge delegation at the Defense Services Asia exhibition at Kuala Lumpur, notes defense expert Wendell Minnick at the Defense News. Ten companies “pushing wares as diverse as armored vests, missiles and submarines”.
China was again present with fighter jet targeting pods at the Singapore Airshow in February, showing new confidence in its military export products, notes defense expert Wendell Minnick in Defense News.
The Japanese ministry of defense (MoD) has launched a website documenting intrusions by Chinese military aircraft in the East China Sea, writes defense analyst Wendell Minnick in Defense News. China´s activities have increased rapidly, the website says.
China is trying to sell its L-15 fighter jet internationally at the Singapore airshow, but mainly competes with Russia, tells Defense analyst Wendell Minnick at CNN. “Minnick says the models on display pale in comparison with those of the U.S.”
The Turkish preference for a Chinese air defense system rocked the Western defense industry, and now US firms are hitting back, writes defense analyst Wendell Minnick in Defense News.
The most powerful early warning radar (EWR) is based on Taiwan, and admired by everybody apart from China, writes defense expert Wendell Minnick in Defense News.