Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 27 Nov 2013 19:07

China drew a "line in the sand" over the weekend.

America has already dared to cross it.

Now China has to choose between peace and chaos in the expanding skirmish in the East and South China Seas.

Unless, of course, an unanticipated "wild card" development makes the choice for all the players involved

By creating the air defense identification zone, or ADIZ, China's military claimed the right to monitor this airspace.  The ADIZ forces aircraft flying through it to file flight plans beforehand and identify themselves both by radio and by displaying their logos as they traverse the zone. Aircraft that fail to follow these rules would face military action, Beijing warned.

"China's armed forces will adopt defensive emergency measures to respond to aircraft that do not cooperate in the identification or refuse to follow the instructions," Col. Yang Yujun, a spokesman for China's Ministry of National Defense, said when the ADIZ was announced.

And it didn't take long for someone to test Beijing's resolve.

Over the weekend - just hours after China announced the East China Sea ADIZ - Japan and the United States both lodged formal protests. U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel warned that Beijing's "unilateral action increases the risk of misunderstanding and miscalculations." And he noted that "this announcement by the People's Republic of China will not in any way change how the United States conducts military operations in the region."

On Monday, the U.S. military followed its words with action - something America has all too often failed to do since the China Seas turmoil began to escalate two summers ago. That's when the U.S. Air Force sent two B-52 Stratofortress bombers through the newly claimed air-defense zone - and the heavy bombers did not comply with the identification rules China had established.

The two Boeing-built jets flew from Guam and returned there without incident. U.S. officials told journalists the flight was a "training mission" that lasted for several hours. The unarmed jets were in the "air zone" for about an hour.

Meanwhile, Japan issued its own rebuke to Beijing.

That country's two biggest carriers - Japan Air Lines Co. Ltd. and ANA Holdings Inc. (OTC ADR: ALNPY) - each said they would stop filing flight plans for jetliners traversing the air-defense zone.

Initially, these two Japanese airlines said they would provide the data to China. But JAL and ANA quickly reversed themselves, saying they wouldn't comply. That's because the Japanese government intervened, telling them to stop providing the data, citing Beijing's "false" impositions, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told reporters in Tokyo.

So now it's up to China to make the next move.

Will it take the long view, and ignore these early acts of aerial disobedience?  Or will it take a hard line, as it has threatened?
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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 13 Dic 2013 14:22

According to a recent U.S. Pentagon intelligence report, the military of Mainland China has the world's "most active and diverse ballistic missile program." And it can top those rockets with a rapidly expanding array of warheads - creating ballistic missiles capable of targeting the U.S. mainland, the report concluded.

When we hear the term "ballistic missile," most of us immediately think about a rocket being shot from an underground silo - or even from a mobile rocket launcher, just like the Iraqi "Scud" missiles of the first Gulf War.

But one of China's newest weapons is the JL-2 - a submarine-launched ballistic missile that for the first time will enable the Asian heavyweight to target portions of America from ultra-long range.

In U.S. Navy parlance, ballistic-missile submarines are known as "boomers." And China's "boomers" will be able to sit just off that country's coastline - and still hit key parts of the U.S. mainland, the National Air and Space Intelligence Center said in a new assessment recently obtained by Bloomberg News.

The intelligence center - situated at Dayton's Wright-Patterson Air Force Base - is the Pentagon's top provider of aerospace insights and secrets. This particular report is a survey of global developments in ballistic-missiles, with specific views on China, North Korea, Pakistan, India and Iran.

As Bloomberg reported, "China is boosting its missile program under a broader military modernization plan that's seen the country's defense spending more than double since 2006. China's neighbors, including Japan and the Philippines, have expressed concern that its government is becoming more aggressive in the region, as the U.S. also puts new emphasis on forces in the Asia-Pacific."

Missiles - both regional and intercontinental - are a crucial element of China's plan to elevate its global prominence, the Pentagon report said. China's development programs prove that, since it is upgrading older weapons systems, developing new ones - and seeking ways to counter missile defenses.

According to the intelligence assessment, the number of Chinese nuclear warheads capable of hitting the U.S. "could expand to well over 100 within the next 15 years."

Tensions between the United States and China have escalated a lot in recent months.

The United States is attempting to engineer a "pivot" toward Asia - shifting its diplomatic and military efforts to that part of the world, since that's where global growth will be concentrated in the decades to come.

Beijing isn't at all happy with this U.S initiative. And adding missile muscle is one way it's responding
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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 04 Feb 2014 20:05

Mal rollo me dan a mi que hagan estas cosas!

There’s a massive Chinese naval base hidden underground on the island of Hainan, off the coast of Vietnam. It’s cut right into the cliff face, just like in a James Bond movie. You can see it here on Google Maps.

The base was completed in 2009, and it reportedly has the capacity for 20 nuclear submarines. At the moment, China only has five Type 094 nuclear subs. But as the huge new base shows, that number is probably going to grow.

China is growing more than twice as fast as the US and EU, and it’s already the second-biggest economy in the world. It doesn’t yet have a military to match… but that’s all starting to change. It increased spending on the military by 9.9% between 2008 and 2012. And the Institute for Strategic Studies predicts that China will spend more on its military than any other country by 2025.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 21 Abr 2014 05:05

Obama's trip has a security component, as well. Many observers are concerned that the US response to Russia may influence China's behavior in the Pacific. The major difference is that the US does not have a security treaty with Ukraine. It does with Japan and the Philippines.

At the same time, it is a mistake to think that the territorial disputes are only with China. After visiting Abe in Japan, Obama will go to South Korea. Japan is claiming territory that South Korea claims. This conflict will prevent Obama from sanctioning Japan's claims. While Obama will reaffirm the US security commitment, he will likely privately urge restraint from needlessly antagonizing China.
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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 24 May 2014 12:12

Los chinos tomando por la fuerza terrenos Vietnamitas, lo mismo hacen con Filipinas.

"The Vietnamese people that I spoke with, fishermen and law-enforcement personnel, they are very upset because they have to give up and run away within their own territory when being chased by Chinese forces. Nevertheless, they have no other choices given Hanoi’s policies," said Lan.

At the beginning of the dispute, the two sides exchanged water cannon fire and Hanoi accused the Chinese vessels of ramming Vietnamese ships.

However, Lan said Vietnam still sends ships to the area every day and uses loud speakers to ask China to remove the oil rig from its waters.

He says that Chinese vessels respond by using loud speakers telling them to leave the area or face consequences.

“There’s no indication that China would compromise on this. Vietnam can do nothing more, can’t take up military measures, which China is expecting most, and Vietnam won’t let China have that ‘opportunity’," said Lan.

On May 1, Beijing moved the oil rig to an area near the Paracel Islands, within an area that Vietnam considers its exclusive economic zone.
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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 02 Jun 2014 08:31

US defence secretary slams China

Chuck Hagel – the US defence secretary – has slammed China’s “destabilizing actions” in the South China Sea

Speaking at an international security conference, Hagel said: “The United States will not look the other way when fundamental principles of the international order are being challenged.”
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 16 Jul 2014 05:33

"We need to be more direct; we need to be more aggressive," he told a conference at Washington's Center for Strategic and International Studies think tank.

"We need to empower our friends and our allies in the region to be more direct and more aggressive," he added in comments reflecting Republican frustration with Democratic President Barack Obama's cautious approach to China, a country that is both a strategic rival and major economic partner for the United States.

Rogers said China was taking advantage of security distractions elsewhere in the world to pursue its territorial claims incrementally, at the expense of weaker neighbors.
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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 17 Jul 2014 17:51

Que mal suena esto... Como los americanos no se pongan serios, los Chinos se adueñan de medio mundo por la fuerza!

China told the United States on Tuesday to stay out of disputes over the South China Sea and leave countries in the region to resolve problems themselves, after Washington said it wanted a freeze on stoking tension.

Michael Fuchs, U.S. deputy assistant secretary of state for Strategy and Multilateral Affairs, said no country was solely responsible for escalating tension in the region. But he reiterated the U.S. view that "provocative and unilateral" behaviour by China had raised questions about its willingness to abide by international law.

China claims 90 percent of the South China Sea, which is believed to contain oil and gas deposits and has rich fishery resources. Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam and Taiwan also lay claim to parts of the sea, where about $5 trillion of ship-borne trade passes every year.

China's Foreign Ministry repeated that it had irrefutable sovereignty over the Spratly Islands, where most of the competing claims overlap, and that China continued to demand the immediate withdrawal of personnel and equipment of countries which were "illegally occupying" China's islands.
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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 03 Sep 2014 05:28

“The world is divided in two camps. One camp believes in expansionist policies while the other believes in development,” Modi told a gathering of business leaders in Tokyo. “We have to decide whether the world should get caught in the grip of expansionist policies or we should lead it on the path of development and create opportunities that take it to greater heights.”

Japan and China have been embroiled in a dispute over a group of uninhabited islands in the East China Sea, while India accuses China of occupying 38,000 square kilometers (about 15,000 square miles) of its territory.

When asked about these comments, China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said China and India are strategic partners that seek common development.

The increasing intimacy between Tokyo and New Delhi will bring at most psychological comfort to the two countries.
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Re: Los chinos abusando de su poder militar

Mensajepor Dalamar » 18 May 2015 03:57

MALACAÑANG, the military, the country’s intelligence agency as well as the Justice department were among the critical government offices that have allegedly been infiltrated by a cyber espionage group, a report posted on the website of an international software security firm claimed.

Kaspersky Lab, a Moscow-based firm that operates in almost 200 countries, said the group identified as Naikon has been targeting government websites and servers in the Philippines along with neighboring countries such as Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar, Singapore, Laos, Nepal and even China.

An infographic illustrating the extent of the cyber attack listed the Office of the President, the Office of the Cabinet Secretary, the National Security Council, the National Intelligence Coordinating Agency, the Office of the Solicitor General, the Department of Justice and the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines as among the “top level” agencies “affected by Naikon in country X.”

While it did not specifically identify the Philippines, the names of the targets bore similarities to the names of the country’s national government agencies.

“Analysis revealed that the cyber espionage campaign against country X had been going on for many years. Computers infected with the remote control modules provided attackers with access to employees’ corporate email and internal resources, and access to personal and corporate email content hosted on external services,” Kurt Baumgartner, principal security researcher of Kaspersky Lab, said in an article titled “The Naikon APT: Tracking
Down Geo-Political Intelligence Across APAC, One Nation at a Time.”

Kaspersky Lab said the objective of the attack was to gather “geopolitical intelligence” from countries “around the South China Sea.”
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